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A law coming into effect today will allow same-sex civil partnerships to be registered on religious premises in England and Wales.
Representatives from Occupy London (OLSX) are set to meet with Hector Sants, chief executive of the UK regulator for the financial services industry.
Afghanistan risks slipping back into civil war unless concrete steps toward long term development are taken at the Bonn Conference, Christian Aid is warning.
Former UK deputy prime minister, John Prescott, says there is a "conspiracy against the poor" that could destroy attempts to get a viable climate change agreement.
Faith leaders are dismayed at the recent drop in funding for AIDS response, because recent statistics show the effectiveness of prevention and treatment.
The World Council of Churches is organising a regional conference in Lebanon from 5-7 December to address the global issues of migration.
Newly uncovered documents reveal that Zimbabwe’s debt includes loans from Tony Blair’s government to Zimbabwe’s repressive police force.
Churches joined a recent demonstration in Rio de Janeiro's Santa Teresa neighbourhood, protesting neglect of a transport system lifeline for residents.
Budget proposals from the UK's first Green-led council have been unveiled for an unprecedented three-month long period of public scrutiny.
The UK’s Export Credit Guarantee Department has backed $1 billion of loans for deep-sea oil drilling, just as key climate talks take place in Durban.