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Christian Aid is continuing to provide relief to Burundians affected by political turmoil and violence triggered by the disputed presidential polls, which took place on 21 July.
Increased fighting in South Sudan’s Unity State has forced a Christian Aid partner in the area to stop temporarily giving aid to those in desperate need.
Christian Aid partners are preparing to assist civilians caught up in the political unrest in Burundi.
Churches have expressed deep concern over reports of widespread violence around demonstrations in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Christians should say no to violence and intimidation in the run-up to Sri Lanka’s presidential election, the Bishop of Colombo has urged.
An unprecedented number of people are beginning 2014 either internally displaced or as refugees, the United Nations humanitarian chief has warned.
It is premature for the UN Security Council to consider lifting an arms embargo on Somalia, leading to armed groups getting even more weapons.
Talk of military intervention in Mali must face the reality of the most vulnerable groups, who risk getting caught in the crossfire, warns World Vision.
Religious groups have assured safety and protection to thousands of people fleeing sectarian violence in India's northeastern Assam state.
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Tomorrow Parliament will vote on military action in Syria. Quakers in Britain oppose this, consistent with their belief that killing is wrong.
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