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Islamist militant group Boko Haram has killed at least 2,053 civilians in over 95 attacks during the first half of 2014, an analysis by Human Rights Watch reported on Tuesday. The militants, who also kidnapped over 200 schoolgirls in April, have wage..
A California trial court has backed a private Southern Baptist school over its right to expel a transgender student, who is accused of committing fraud by applying for admission as a female. The court has also, however, awarded $4,000 in damages to t..
Assisted Suicide Legalization Proves Divisive for Anglican Communion; Archbishop of Canterbury Against Bill
A debate over legalizing assisted suicide for the terminally ill in the U.K. has unfurled in the Anglican Communion after a number of former Anglican archbishops backed a proposed bill, while the Church of England confirmed its opposition.
The General Synod of the Church of England voted in favor of approving women bishops for the first time in its history on Monday, receiving the required two-thirds majority. While many Anglican leaders have praised the significant move, they and othe..
Pastor Kong Hee Trial for Misusing Millions of Church Funds Resumes, Popstar Wife to Take Witness Stand
The high-profile trial of Singapore megachurch pastor Kong Hee and five other City Harvest Church officials for misusing millions of church funds to fund his wife's popstar career resumed on Monday. Kong's wife, singer Sun Ho, is expected to take the..
Pastor Robert Jeffress Says Most Compassionate Thing to Do for Immigrant Children Is to Build a Fence
Megachurch pastor Robert Jeffress of First Baptist Church in Dallas has argued that the most compassionate thing to do regarding the current border crisis involving immigrant children is to build a fence and prevent them from entering the country.
Deadliest Ebola Outbreak Continues 'Frightening' Spread; Samaritan's Purse Directing Efforts at Liberia Isolation Center
As the deadliest outbreak of Ebola virus in history continues its "frightening" spread, now having taken at least 518 lives, Christian relief organization Samaritan's Purse has said that it is now directing efforts at an Ebola isolation center in Lib..
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A gunman has killed six people, including four of his children, in a shooting rampage at a Houston, Texas suburb, before surrendering to police Wednesday night following an hours-long standoff.
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Colombia Catholic Bishops Decry Human Rights Abuses: People Are Living in Anguish, 'Forgotten By All'
The Assembly of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of Colombia has decried the human rights abuses continuing to take place in the country, where Christians are sometimes killed for offering a different way of life than joining drug trafficking groups.