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Christians have given evidence to the United Nations concerning the estimated two million refugees that have fled Iraq since the invasion in 2003, urging Britain and US to open their doors to them.
Sinn Fein and the DUP have reached an historic deal that will see the two parties sharing power in six weeks' time.
A delegation of US religious leaders who visited Iran last month says the "Iranian seizure of British naval personnel underscores in dramatic fashion our call for diplomatic relations" between the US and Iran.
Campaigners across England and Wales are gearing up to put pressure the G8 to take urgent action over poverty, when it meets in June.
The Church of England should consider paying reparations for its role in the slave trade, the Archbishop of Canterbury said today.
The secretary-general of the United Nations yesterday toured a Palestinian refugee camp and spoke of the "very sad and tragic" results of the controversial security wall erected by Israel.
European leaders yesterday celebrated the EU's 50th birthday with a 'Berlin Declaration' which was quickly denounced by the Pope for not mentioning Europe's 'Christian roots'.
Gay Christians in Nigeria are urging international action against a new repressive law which is being backed by the Anglican church in the country.
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.
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Tomorrow Parliament will vote on military action in Syria. Quakers in Britain oppose this, consistent with their belief that killing is wrong.
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