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American evangelical Christian leaders have urged President George W. Bush to consider sending troops to stop what they are saying is genocide in Sudan
A prominent Zimbabwean cleric has urged Britain to call off a controversial cricket tour and take a harder line against Robert Mugabe, calling on churches in the UK to also take a tougher line.
Christians in India are regarding the surprise election defeat of the ruling Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) as an answer to their prayers.
Cambodian police have arrested and deported 160 Christians who crossed the border
Christian peacemakers in Iraq have reported harrowing scenes including the killing of women and children by US forces following an overnight humanitarian mission to Fallujah.
Children from Christian families in Burma between the ages of five and ten have been lured from their homes and placed in Buddhist monasteries.
As US and European companies outsource hi-tech work to India to benefit from low-cost and abundant skilled labour, the clergy is doing likewise seeking to compensate for the acute shortage of priests in the West reports Sky News.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu has been to death row in Texas to visit an inmate condemned for the slaying of a Houston man more than 12 years ago.
In an oral statement to the United Nations Human Rights Commission in Geneva, a Christian campaign group has highlighted the habitual killing of street children in Brazil, Honduras and Guatemala.
Pope John Paul has said that his heart was "oppressed" by the news of battles in Iraq.
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