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Communities in Asia are slowly and patiently continuing the process of recovery from the major Indian Ocean tsunami of late 2004 – with the active support of churches and other NGO networks.
A new study from the influential Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life charts the major demographic changes in US religious life, especially the impact of the growing Spanish-speaking population.
Thousands are expected to take part in a special church service next week to celebrate immigration and call for an amnesty for illegal immigrants.
Children in developing countries need free primary education, and the US should put hard cash into support for orphans globally - says a new campaign being backed by Mpho Tutu.
Protestant and Catholic church leaders in Scotland have renewed their criticism on Britain’s post-Trident nuclear weapons plans and have called for a major non-proliferation effort.
Church groups are demanding that Gordon Brown closes legal loopholes used by the super-rich to avoid tax.
Thousands of campaigners from civic and church groups have gathered in Downing Street to remind Tony Blair and world leaders that time is running out for Darfur, where 200,000 people have been killed and millions displaced.
Many hundreds of thousands of Turks have joined protest for the maintenance of a democratic, religiously neutral government - and opposition either to a military coup or a drift towards Islamism.
An unexpected earthquake off the coast of Kent led to huge disruption but few casualities yesterday. The Salvation Army was among those assisting with evacuation and emergency support.
In communities with high religious observance spiritual beliefs can play a positive role in deeloping strategies to combat HIV/AIDS, claims a UNICEF-backed study in Guyana.
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