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Hundreds of events to mark Holocaust Memorial Day took place as part of the worldwide commemoration on Friday 27 January, with more this weekend.
The World Council of Churches' General Secretary says a common vision for living together is needed by Christians and Muslims in the Arab world.
Charities have called for a formal inquiry to be launched into kinship care in Scotland, following growing concern about neglected children.
A bishop has asked questions in the House of Lords about tax avoidance by multinational corporations.
SNP deputy leader Nicola Sturgeon has urged MSPs of all parties to restate the Claim of Right and commit themselves to the principle of Scottish sovereignty.
Disabled and sick people angry at government cuts and changes that will hit thousands of vulnerable people across Britain are taking to the streets over the coming week.
A bill passed by the French Senate makes it a criminal offence to publicly question events termed as genocide under French law, raising serious free speech issues.
Faith leaders in Kenya called for calm after the International Criminal Court in The Hague committed high-ranking politicians to trial for crimes against humanity.
The government has been desperately lobbying behind the scenes to try to avoid further defeats on its controversial welfare bill in the Lords today.
Scottish Greens, the SNP and civic groups have welcomed the publication of the independence referendum consultation in Scotland and the debate it heralds.