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A church-sponsored international consultation on Asian peace and security, held in Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong, has been looking at tensions in Korea.
World Council of Churches General Secretary the Rev Dr Olav Fykse Tveit has expressed “grave concern” over the Korean nuclear test stand-off.
Dr Oh Jae Shik, an ecumenical peace activist from South Korea, died earlier this month at the age of 80. World church leaders have paid tribute.
People around the world will mark Prisoners for Peace Day on Saturday, drawing attention to conscientious objectors and others imprisoned for resisting war.
A new online publication from the World Council of Churches invites congregations to explore themes from the upcoming 10th WCC Assembly.
Nobel Peace Prize nominee Angie Zelter is facing deportation from South Korea following a nonviolent protest against the construction of a new naval base.
International groups are supporting villagers opposing the building of a US nuclear base on Jeju, the Korean “Island of Peace”.
A visit to North Korea by representatives of several South Korean religious bodies is a sign tensions may be easing between the two nations.
Methodists express solidarity with the people of Korea after Churches distributing food aid were threatened with legal action by the South Korean government.
The National Council of Churches in Korea has been threatened with legal action by the Seoul government after sending food aid to starving North Koreans.