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The Archbishop of York has joined calls by other church leaders and politicians for the British Prime Minister to make a formal apology for its part in the transatlantic slave trade.
The Archbishops of Canterbury and York were joined by thousands in a solemn procession of remembrance on Saturday to mark the bicentenary of the British Parliament's abolition of the slave trade.
A vigil in London today will remember victims of the Iraq conflict, the death of hostage Tom Fox in 2006, and the release of three other Christian Peacemaker Teams activists - including Norman Kember.
Police from West Yorkshire have transformed thousands of pounds of local criminals’ ill-gotten gains into humanitarian aid to help fight poverty in developing countries.
Episcopal bishops in the USA say attempts to impose a parallel leadership on them and to make them exclude gay people are against Gospel and Reformation principles. They have asked to meet the Archbishop of Canterbury.
A new look China Study Journal, produced by a British ecumenical network and a leading university department, will track the continuing massive changes on China's religious landscape.
The Church of Sweden, which has been criticised by other Lutherans for blessing civil partnerships, says the state should not redefine marriage.
Calls are growing for Britain and the US to do more for the two million refugees who have fled Iraq since the invasion four years ago.
A Roman Catholic Archbishop has said he is ready to face bullets in anti-government street protests in President Robert Mugabe's Zimbabwe.
The head of the World Council of Churches has asked PM Tony Blair to change his mind and make an unambiguous apology for Britain's involvement in the slave trade.