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The New York Times published a horrific story by Rukmini Callimachi on 13.
A delegation from the International Council of Christians and Jews has been welcomed on a World Council of Churches visit.
Western culture often prides itself on its openness. Yet death remains a taboo subject for many, or at least one that is skirted around rather prosaically in many situations.
Christian, Muslim and Jewish religious and lay organisations and institutions have pledged to mobilise fresh support for peace in the Middle East.
What are the different accounts of salvation given in Christian and Muslim thinking? What is involved in forgiveness? What do Christians mean when they speak of atonement through Christ?
UK-based global development agency Christian Aid has called on governments to build a 'Noah's Ark' at the UN climate change talks in Durban.
Religious leaders in Jerusalem are more willing than ever before to take part in dialogue with members of other faiths despite growing political tensions.
Muslim, Christian and Jewish leaders have responded to the the death of al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden with varying degrees of relief, regret and caution.
A Turkish government adviser has said that Christians and Muslims should be allowed to worship again in Istanbul's Hagia Sophia basilica.
The Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams has said greed is the root cause of the current economic crisis and he has called on Christians and Muslims to work together to decide upon a fairer system of borrowing and lending.
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