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Controversy around a traveling Anne Frank exhibition spotlights Croatia's struggle to resolve its dark World War Two past.
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The press office of the Archdiocese of Vienna is walking back Christoph Cardinal Schönborn's "premature" claim that ISIS had crucified an abducted Indian priest on Good Friday.
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Pressure is increasing on the British and American governments to aid minorities in Iraq and Syria following official recognition of the genocide committed by Islamic State.
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The head of religious education at a Birmingham academy has said that teaching students to ‘embrace the art of dialogue’ was the best way to defeat radicalisation in schools.
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Thousands of Muslims flocked to the capital of Bosnia's Serb region on Saturday for the reopening of a historic mosque destroyed during wartime.
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TMP has this exclusive photo essay from the memorials and remembrances that have followed the worst terror attacks in Paris in a decade.
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Sweden has received intelligence about a possible attack on the capital by Islamic State militants, local media reported on Tuesday.
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A former radical Islamic preacher, who once enjoyed a large following in Britain, sobs uncontrollably as he recalls the moment he decided to turn his back on extremism.
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The country agreed in December to take in 37 families of Iraqi Christians voluntarily under a special program. So far, 89 people have arrived.
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Pope Francis urged Bosnians to seek lasting ethnic and religious harmony, 20 years after the former Yugoslav republic emerged from war.
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