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The Mediterranean is the most dangerous sea route for refugees and migrants, says Amnesty International as it launches a new report at the start of Refugee Week.
Lending levels to the most impoverished countries in the world have tripled, ten years after the G7 finance ministers agreed a debt cancellation deal for low income countries.
An new African Union report shows how financial crime drains at least $50 billion a year from the continent.
In response to the Ebola crisis in West Africa, the WCC has brought together reps of Christian aid organisations and UN agencies to escalate their efforts.
Archbishop S. Tilewa Johnson, Anglican primate of the Church of the Province of West Africa, has died of a suspected heart attack at the age of just 59.
The Archbishop of Canterbury will visit South Sudan, Burundi, Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo later this week.
In the bi-centenary of David Livingstone's birth, Harecourt United Reformed Church is hosting an evening of conversation to reflect on the legacy of 19th century mission on contemporary London.
Concerns for life, justice and peace need to be heard loud and clear at the World Council of Churches' upcoming assembly, say African women.
Another performance not to miss at Just Festival 2013 is the Glasgow Gospel Choir, who are singing their hearts out at St John's Church tonight (Saturday 17th August, 6pm) to raise money and awareness for Africa.
Two ecumenical councils in South Sudan and Sudan have now been established, following South Sudan’s independence from Sudan in 2011.