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Food and worship together form an ideal way of breaking the silence on HIV, the Church of Scotland's General Assembly meeting in Edinburgh has been told.
Religious leaders from the Middle East, India, Brazil and the US have been seeking to tackle violence from the perspective the dignity and rights of all.
Amnesty International has condemned the death sentence handed down by a Cairo military court against a 17-year-old boy.
Reformed church leaders are seeking renewed efforts to protect civilians in Colombia from violence, and a reduction in global arms production.
A pension fund has sold a large share holding in the pharmaceutical company Lundbeck over concerns about the use of their drugs in US executions.
The Copenhagen-based pharmaceutical company Lundbeck has refused to submit testimony to a US court opposing the use of its drugs in executions.
El Salvador must take immediate action to protect journalists who fear for their lives after receiving a series of death threats, says Amnesty.
Explaining to children the irrationality of adult behaviour is always challenging, says Sande Ramage. But in the case of the killing of Osama Bun Laden it is almost an impossibility.
The President of the Methodist Conference has said that a faith which shies away from the issue of death is "neither real nor relevant" in today's world.
Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams has said that the killing of Osama Bin Laden by US special forces makes him feel "uncomfortable".