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Zimbabwean leader Robert Mugabe's has attacked Catholic bishops, accusing them of lying about the nation's dire social and economic situation.
Over eight million people are now facing severe food and water shortages in East and West Africa, a consortium of leading British aid agencies has warned.
The news is full of Libya. And it’s a frightening situation for everyone on the ground. But meanwhile, in Cote d’Ivoire, civil war has broken out.
A Kenyan politician has praised the faiths in Africa for taking a leading role in peace-making through practical aid and dialogue activities.
Catholic bishops have warned that conditions are not yet fit for elections in Zimbabwe after the bloody presidential run-off that left scores of people dead.
A global rollout of pneumococcal vaccine aimed at treating pneumonia in infants has been welcomed by faith groups delivering health services in Africa.
Egypt faces ‘a moment of opportunity and danger,’ according to British politician, Lord Paul Boateng.
A keynote seminar discussing multiculturalism in Scotland, the Islamic faith and Muslims, has been held by the Church of Scotland and PROCMURA.
Targeted attacks on gay people in African countries, including the murder of a Ugandan activist, will aggrevate HIV infections, says a leading church agency.
Urgent action is needed to prevent another Christmas massacre and killing sprees by the most brutal rebel group in Africa, aid agencies say in a new report.
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