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The Obama administration last night asked a federal judge to reconsider her order to release the Guantánamo force-feeding tapes.
Christian Aid is continuing to provide relief to Burundians affected by political turmoil and violence triggered by the disputed presidential polls, which took place on 21 July.
An undercover investigation by a French TV channel has exposed the illegal eviction of thousands of tribal people from Kanha Tiger Reserve in the name of conservation.
The key message from African faith communities is “respect Africa’s resources”, says the General Secretary of the Organisation of African Instituted Churches.
Rowan Williams and the Bishop of Torit, Bishop Emeritus Paride Taban, have led a day of discussions on achieving sustainable peace and unity in South Sudan.
The decision of Zambia's President Lungu to commute the death sentences of 332 prisoners to life imprisonment has been welcomed by Amnesty International.
The Addis talks on how to pay for poor countries’ development asked all the right questions but failed to provide clear answers, says Christian Aid.
Pope Francis has asked forgiveness from the indigenous peoples of Latin America for the many crimes committed by the Catholic church during the “so-called conquest.”
The UN has welcomed the agreement reached between international negotiators and the Government of Iran as paving the to way a viable solution of the country's nuclear programme.
A new report by the Jubilee Debt Campaign Debt shows burdens in the most impoverished countries are increasing, 10 years after the G8 summit committed to cancel debt cdeveloping country debts.
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