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On 26 December 2004, some 250,000 people were killed when an earthquake in the Indian Ocean triggered a tsunami wave that wiped out whole communities across south Asia.
UK tax havens have come under new pressure to end their extreme financial secrecy from European Union moves last week.
Thanks to Ekklesia's Australian associate, Doug Hynd, for pointing us in the direction of an intriguing piece about civil disobedience at the heart of the nativity story - and from an unexpected source.
In his traditional Christmas Day address, Pope Francis denounced religiously motivated violence and persecution, making a strong call for peace.
The Archbishop of Canterbury's Christmas sermon has been made available online, as he was unable to deliver it in person due to illness.
Hope amid suffering and injustice is the Archbishop of Canterbury's message to ecumenical partners and heads of churches around the world.
Experiences of death and expulsion faced by some 750,000 Palestinians in 1948 are the subject of an exhibition hosted by the WCC.
Over 250,000 people are set to spend their second successive Christmas on the dole, according to new research by the TUC.
A new guide to same-sex marriage and civil partnership in Scotland has been launched to mark the start of Scotland’s equal marriage law.