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Amnesty International has released an eight-point plan to tackle the multiple refugee crises,describing the response of world leaders as a "catastrophic moral failure".
In an official statement issued on 12 October, the World Council of Churches has expressed grave concern over the dramatic escalation of the conflict in Syria.
Christian Aid has joined calls for a commission set up under the Geneva Conventions to investigate the US bombing of a Médecins Sans Frontières hospital in Kunduz.
The European Parliament has called on the EU to ensure that it is not using taxpayers’ money to fund the execution of alleged drug offenders overseas.
A second juvenile faces beheading in Saudi Arabia after a court upheld his conviction for a role in protests, days after the case of juvenile Ali al-Nimr sparked a global outcry.
The Council of Christian Churches of France has issued a statement focusing on the upcoming meeting of the United Nations on climate change in Paris later this year.
New proposals to make multinationals pay their taxes amount to a ‘sticking-plaster approach’, leaving global companies able to cheat poor countries out of billions, warns Christian Aid.
The global refugee crisis is so great that the UNHCR and other UN agencies and their partners say they are struggling to meet all the humanitarian needs they face.
Christian Aid has welcomed the "bold decision" by India to include 40 per cent renewables in its electricity mix by 2030.
The bombing of a Médecins sans Frontières hospital in Afghanistan has lead to a deplorable loss of life that must be urgently and impartially investigated, says Amnesty.
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