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United Nations-sponsored talks between the Syrian Government and opposition resumed today, 10 days after a first round ended with little progress.
A drone victim due to travel to Europe to give evidence to parliamentarians was detained on 5 February by unknown elements of the Pakistani police. He has not been seen since.
A top UN official expressed deep disappointment at the targeting of aid workers delivering assistance to the beseiged Syrian city of Homs.
Faith leaders can show another way to war and violence, says Bartholomew, Ecumenical Orthodox Patriarch of Constantinople.
“Superglue protesters avoid jail” declared a headline on ITN this week. As one of the protesters in question, I’m pleased to report that we didn’t only avoid jail. We were acquitted.
The World Council of Churches is focusing on the churches’ efforts toward a “pilgrimage for justice and peace”.
Those displaced by the civil war inside Syria are expected to rise from some 3.5 million now to 6.5 million by the end of the year, says a senior UN official.
Christians acquitted of aggravated trespass say their trial has raised issues about the way that police are deployed at the London arms fair.
There were scenes of jubilation this afternoon, as five Christian peace protesters were acquitted of 'aggravated trespass' at Stratford Magistrates Court.
Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby has been on a solidarity visit to South Sudan and the surrounding region.