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Thousands of tons of humanitarian aid intended for the people of Gaza are sitting at the Egyptian border, because Israel has not authorized them to pass, says a freelance journalist on the spot.
A Japanese Christian leader is urging churches to "listen to the cries" of temporary migrant workers many of whom are now without jobs as the world's second-biggest economy's unemployment rate soars.
German Christians are starting what they hope will be a record-breaking effort to use the Internet social-networking and micro-blogging service Twitter to try and "tweet" the Bible.
While the US the United States is trying to rally NATO behind its South Asian strategy, Asian churches have called "for the withdrawal of US-led international combat troops from Afghanistan".
An international churches' consultation has appealed to the government of Sri Lanka and the rebel Tigers to halt fighting in order to free tens of thousands of civilians trapped in a war zone.
At a time of upheaval in Cuba's ruling elite, and with pressure mounting to break the impasse in relations with the United States, the Catholic Church on the island is urging a "national dialogue".
The human rights situation in West Papua continues to deteriorate seriously in the run-up to Indonesia’s general election, says the Australian-based Institute for Papuan Advocacy & Human Rights.
South African Cardinal Wilfrid Napier has criticised the National Prosecution Authority for dropping graft, money-laundering and racketeering charges against ANC president Jacob Zuma.
Amnesty International has called on Israeli and Palestinian officials cooperate with the UN's fact-finding mission looking into abuses committed during the conflict in Gaza and southern Israel.
Christians, Jews, Muslims and others came together for a prayer vigil on 4 April at Redeemer Lutheran Church, Binghamton, New York, following a tragic neighbourhood massacre that took 13 lives.
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