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A Cardinal from India said, "If Mother Teresa was alive, she would have been surprised by the large crowd and would have asked us to disperse, go out and do something for the poor."
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Opposition and anger have been growing among extremist Buddhist nationalists and monks against a newly installed vice president in Burma, Henry Van Thio.
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The chairman of Liberia's National Muslim Council said Muslims are part of the country and should be accorded the right to have a national holiday.
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UN officials reassured Liberia's Muslim community the country will remain peaceful and stable in spite of debate over whether Liberia will become an officially Christian nation.
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The dedication to neutrality and objectivity of Rwanda's media following the genocide has come at the expense of covering religion in most aspects of the country's life.
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This popular chowder is consumed in restaurants and homes across Ecuador during Lent. The preparation and ingredients are rich in symbolism for the country's Christians
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IT IS not known what prompted the chairman of the Council of Islamic Ideology (CII) publicly to announce a U-turn in the blasphemy law.
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Hundreds of thousands of refugees, many fleeing war in Syria, have poured onto the Aegean island over the past year, triggering Europe's biggest humanitarian crisis in generations.
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Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei said China fully respected religious freedom.
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At least 15 Filipino penitents were nailed to the cross on Good Friday, an annual Holy Week ritual that has attracted thousands of people, including foreign tourists.
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