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The General Secretary of the World Council of Churches (WCC) has expressed “shock, outrage and sadness” over the tragic events in Orlando, Florida and called for control of automatic weapons.
The Missouri Grand Jury's absolution of a police officer for the fatal shooting of Michael Brown spotlights concerns on institutionalised discrimination in the US, says UN rights chief.
The investigation into the gunning down of three Kurdish women activists in Paris must be prompt and thorough, Amnesty International says.
The General Secretary of the World Council of Churches has assured the people of Sandy Hook and Newtown of global prayers and concern for them.
Fifteen leaders of dioceses and national church bodies in Norway have joined in common prayer at the Ecumenical Centre in Geneva, Switzerland.
In the ten days since the terror attacks in Norway, pastors and church workers have played a major role in caring for survivors and the victims' families.
A series of memorial services is taking place across Cumbria today to remember the victims of the horrific series of shootings in the area on 2 June 2010.
PM David Cameron will visit the Cumbria area later today, as police continue to investigate the killings and local people try to make sense of the outbreak of murderous violence.
Church leaders in Cumbria have come together to pledge their long term support for all affected by the shootings that took place in West Cumbria on Wednesday 2 June.
A US Christian leader has asked a World Council of Churches peacemaking team visiting the United States for assistance to rid his country of the "scourge" of gun violence during the team's September 2007 visit.
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Following the attack in Westminster yesterday in which four people, including the attacker, died and 40 were injured, several faith communities...
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