Central Asian Migrants in Russia

Outside the Altufyevo metro station in northern Moscow a group of about 25 young people, mostly between the ages of 18 and 25, gather. They call themselves “Moscow Shield” and they’ve deputized themselves to help fight against illegal migration. As

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20.9 Million men, women and children in slavery

Millions of men, women and children around the world are forced to lead lives as slaves. Although this exploitation is often not called slavery, the conditions are the same. People are sold like objects, forced to work for little or

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Ramadan 29

A large percentage of the refugee population are Muslims. As they move through different countries pray for encounters with Christians that will lead to life change.

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Abandoned to the Antonovs in Sudan

President al Bashir’s stated aim is to turn Sudan into a unified Arab Islamic State, but the Blue Nile and Nuba Mountains do not fit his profile. The cost of his actions to make this happen are terrible, with hundreds

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Not just another refugee crisis: Syrians in need

The crisis in Syria has claimed the lives of tens of thousands and triggered a refugee crisis of unimaginable proportions. The United Nations reports that over 4 million Syrians are in desperate need of humanitarian aid. The Church in Jordan

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The future for women in Afghanistan

While the standing of women in Afghan society has improved in some ways since the dark days of the Taliban, thanks in part to the work of international aid agencies and nongovernmental organizations, much is left to be done. With

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Urban Poor: China’s changing demographic

The rapid pace of urbanization in China during the past 3 decades has led to a demographic shift of unprecedented proportions. Within less than one generation, China’s population has shifted from being less than 20% urban to being more than

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