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The World Council of Churches is deeply concerned about the rejection of an appeal against the blasphemy death sentence for Pakistani Christian woman Asia Bibi.
The World Council of Churches has involved its member churches and partners in a World YWCA campaign, “NoXcuses for Violence against Women”.
A conference in Germany has affirmed working together with churches in South Korea and Japan towards justice and peace.
A 'pilgrimage of justice and peace' theme has triggered robust discussions on cooperation among Christian communication organisations.
The WCC General Secretary has welcomed publication of an open letter by a group of 126 Muslim scholars to Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi, leader of IS.
Biblical reflections marked the end of the World Week for Peace in Palestine and Israel (WWPPI) in a service at the Ecumenical Centre chapel in Geneva.
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.
Eight more governments are ratifying the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) during high-level meetings at the United Nations.
The World Council of Churches has expressed deep sorrow to all mourning the deaths of nearly 300 passengers and crew on board Malaysia Airlines flight 17.
The World Council of Churches has recommended ways for churches to work to end nuclear dangers and respond to those affected by continuing nuclear tragedies.
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