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Religious affairs committee in Da Nang receives US Consulate General in Ho Chi Minh city

Binh Duong provincial leader receives Cambodian Ministry of Cults and Religion delegation

Int’l conference talks values of Truc Lam Buddhist sect

Christmas concert for supporting disadvantaged people to be held in Hanoi

Religious affairs training for local cadres in An Giang

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Pope Francis to visit the United Arab Emirates in February

The Vatican announced that Pope Francis is scheduled to travel to the United Arab Emirates in February to participate in an interfaith meeting.

Bulgarian national sentenced to 7 years in prison in Austria

A Bulgarian national was sentenced to 7 years in prison in Austria after plans for terrorist attack were discovered, France Press informs, referring to the Prosecutor’s Office.

Sri Lanka hosts 5th International Conference of Theravada Buddhist Universities

The inauguration ceremony of the 5th International Conference of the International Association of Theravada Buddhist Universities (IATBU) was commenced under the patronage of President Maithripala Sirisena in Colombo, on Tuesday (27).

Mumbai attacks anniversary draws solemn tributes and new pressure on Pakistan

India marked the 10th anniversary of the Mumbai terror attacks Monday with ceremonies at sites across the city that became battlegrounds in the wave of violence that killed scores and dealt a critical blow to relations with neighbouring Pakistan.

Japanese, Korean bishops pledge to listen to youth

Bishops from Japan and South Korea put their heads together to debate what youngsters want from the church.

Card Charles Maung Bo is the new president of Asia’s bishops

Card Charles Maung Bo (pictured) will be the new president of the Federation of Asian Bishops’ Conferences (FABC) On 1st January 2019.

Grenade attack on northern India prayer hall kills 3

Three people were killed and over a dozen injured on Sunday when two men on a motorbike targeted a prayer hall with a grenade in northern India, police said. 

Israel, Gaza continue to trade deadly heavy fire amid worst tensions since 2014

The barrage of rockets from the Gaza Strip continued targeting southern Israel on Tuesday, killing a man, while Israeli airstrikes killed four in Gaza amid one of the worst flare-ups since 2014.

Israel bombs Hamas TV station in Gaza after warning calls, shots

Israeli warplanes bombed the studios of Hamas’s television station in the Gaza Strip on Monday during a surge in cross-border fighting, Palestinian officials and witnesses said.

Russia's Next Weapon: A Church

The Russian military plans to build a military church to bolster the spiritual values of its armed forces.

Saudi Arabia targets Palestinians in Israel with latest Mecca ban

Saudi Arabia has banned Palestinians and Israeli Muslims from entering the country with temporary passports, ending their chance to make the pilgrimage to Islam’s holiest site, Mecca.

Pope’s World Day of Peace message: Politics must serve peace

The theme of Pope Francis’ Message for the 52nd World Day of Peace, marked on 1 January 2019, have been revealed in a note and a comment published by the Holy See Press Office.

President-elect says Brazil to move Embassy to Jerusalem

President-elect Jair Bolsonaro reiterated Thursday that he plans to move Brazil's embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, joining the United States and Guatemala.

Pittsburgh synagogue shooting suspect pleads not guilty to federal charges

Defense attorneys for the suspect in the Pittsburgh synagogue massacre entered a plea of not guilty Thursday to federal charges and requested a jury trial.

In wake of Pittsburgh synagogue shooting, Netanyahu calls on world to unite against anti-Semitism

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called on Sunday on the international community to unite in the fight against anti-Semitism, a day after 11 American Jews were murdered in an attack on a Pittsburgh synagogue.

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