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Government religious committee holds legal workshops for officials, key Protestants in Thanh Hoa

Ministry of culture: Festivals should stop violence

VFF leader discusses religious affairs with Dong Nai provincial government

Conference on religious law implementation held in Binh Duong

Home affairs leader in Quang Binh meets with VBS Chapter in Bo Trach district

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OIC Secretary General Strongly Condemns Attack in Kabul

The Secretary General of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, Dr. Yousef A. Al-Othaimeen, has strongly condemned the terrorist attack carried out by the Daesh terrorist group in the Afghan capital Kabul on 22nd April 2018 that killed at least 30 people and injured a dozen others.

Irish Buddhist Union established to represent Buddhists in Irish society

Seven sanghas have come together to establish the Irish Buddhist Union (IBU), a new organization that will represent Buddhist ideals and principles in Irish society.

Pope renews appeal for peace in Syria

At the Regina Coeli on Sunday, Pope Francis once again appealed for peace in Syria.

India promotes Buddhist tourism to woo Japanese tourists

With an aim to attract more tourists from Buddhist countries like that of Japan, the Indian Tourism Ministry is planning to promote Buddhist tourism.

US embassy in Cambodia warns personnel of alleged bomb plot

Prime Minister Hun Sen advises of possible attack on Wat Phnom temple in Phnom Penh by Khmer National Liberation Front

Pope blesses environment-friendly car race

One of the pioneering fully-electric racing cars that will compete in Saturday’s Rome Formula E race, roared into the Santa Marta courtyard in front of Pope Francis’ residence on Wednesday morning to be blessed by the environmentally aware pontiff himself.

20 years after the Good Friday Agreement, few people recognize how Northern Ireland’s religious leaders helped bring peace

Today marks the 20th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement, the deal that brought an end to a 30-year bloody conflict in Northern Ireland, known as “The Troubles,” in which more than 3,000 people lost their lives. The agreement created a power-sharing assembly, hoping that would stabilize a divided society.

Fifth World Buddhist Forum to open in Fujian

The Fifth World Buddhist Forum will be held from Oct. 28 to 30 in the coastal city of Putian in east China's Fujian Province, the organizers said.

Multiple heritage sites will soon be restored

The Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts announced yesterday that officials are planning to restore damaged heritage sites such as temples and a bridge in several provinces after Khmer New Year.

Archaeologists find remains of Greco-Roman temple in Egypt

Archaeologists have unearthed the remains of a temple in Egypt’s western desert dating back to the Greco-Roman period, the Antiquities Ministry said Wednesday.

Martin Luther King's death commemorated with 39 bell tolls in Memphis

A bell at the Lorraine Motel where King was killed tolled 39 times, once for each year he lived. Churches and universities around the world joined in ringing their own bells in King’s memory

China protects freedom of religious belief: White paper

China Tuesday issued a white paper noting that the country adopts policies on freedom of religious belief, and that such freedom is protected under the socialist legal system with Chinese characteristics.

Pope Francis condemns Gaza violence in Easter message

Pope Francis, in his Easter address on Sunday, called for peace in the Holy Land two days after 15 Palestinians were killed on the Israeli-Gaza border, saying the conflict there 'does not spare the defenceless'.

14 of the Most Interesting Easter Traditions from Around the World

Not everyone goes hunting for eggs on Easter Sunday.

Trèbes siege: French President Macron calls supermarket attack an 'act of Islamist terror'

Isis claims attack through its propaganda agency

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