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Women Finding Hope in Syria

In war-ravaged Syria, isolation is more harmful than bullets or bombs. Men are dying or fleeing at an astonishing rate, and the women left behind are having to learn to live in a new world. They are now both caretakers

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“Christmas Train” Launches in Pakistan

For the first time in the history of Pakistan, the Human Rights Minister has put on a special train service to the Christians of the country. The train service, dubbed the Christmas train, will be launched today, December 22. Talking

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India’s Christians Oppose New Education Bill.

Christians in India, who are opposing a draft education policy introduced by India’s pro-Hindu government, are concerned that it will damage the country’s secular fabric and strengthen the caste system. The federal government, led by the Hindu nationalist party, BJP,

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Kachin People Live in Fear and Hopelessness.

The majority of the 1.7 million Kachin people living in Myanmar are Christian, mainly Catholic or Baptist. Due to their ethnicity and Christian faith, they have endured discrimination and persecution at the hands of Myanmar’s authorities for decades, as well

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Young Kazakhs Actively Seeking Religion

“Almost 90 percent of the leaders of Kazakhstan youth consider themselves believers, with 86 percent of them professing Islam,” according to a survey conducted by sociologist Madina Nurgaliyeva, and leading her to warn that “religiosity among young Kazakhs is at

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Coptic Christian Seeking to Unite Children in Egypt.

A Coptic Christian teacher in Egypt is trying to unite Christian and Muslim students by teaching them about both religions side by side. According to the Independent, Ayaad, from a village outside the city of Minya in northern Egypt, has been

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