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Religious affairs committee in Gia Lai pays pre-Tet visit to Buddhist leader

Local authorities of Kien Giang, Dong Thap & Can Tho city hold exchange meetings with religious dignitaries

Local authorities extend Tet greetings to religious followers

Religious dignitaries attend exchange meeting with provincial government of Tay Ninh

Da Nang municipal authorities held exchange meeting with local religious dignitaries

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Balloons, floating lanterns banned near all airports during Loy Krathong festival

The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand on Tuesday issued warnings against the releases of floating lanterns, hot air balloons and fireworks near all airports of Thailand during the Thai Festival of Lights or Loy Krathong float festival on November 11.

FBI arrests white supremacist allegedly plotting to bomb Colorado synagogue

The FBI says it has arrested a white supremacist who was planning an attack on a Colorado synagogue, describing the plan as “domestic terrorism”.

U.S. looking at new ISIS leader and lole in organization - U.S. official

The United States is researching the new leader of the Islamic State to determine his previous roles in the organization, Nathan Sales, the U.S. counter-terrorism coordinator, said on Friday after a U.S. raid last month killed its former leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

Fire engulfs Japan's World Heritage-listed Shuri Castle

A fire tore through Japan’s World Heritage-listed Shuri Castle on Thursday, reducing the main hall of the more than 500-year-old landmark to a skeleton.

Nearly 700 languages now have a complete Bible translation

There are now complete Bible translations in nearly 700 languages. 

Security ramped up in Islamabad for ‘Azadi March’

Islamabad police spokesman says extra police from all over the country has been tasked to protect diplomatic enclave, government buildings.

Baha’is mark bicentenary of prophet at his Haifa tomb

Baha’is on Tuesday and Wednesday mark 200 years since the birth of their prophet with a ceremony planned at their world center, in the northern Israeli port city of Haifa.


Mysterious lost city discovered in Cambodian jungle

Archaeologists have discovered the lost city of Mahendraparvata deep in the Cambodian jungle.

Archaeologists had to harness laser technology to locate the mysterious city, which is nestled in the Phnom Kulen mountains of Northern Cambodia, according to a paper published in the journal Antiquity.

Donald Trump confirms the death of Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi

Fugitive Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi died "whimpering and crying" in a raid by U.S. special forces in northwest Syria, President Donald Trump announced on Sunday, in a major blow to the jihadist group.

1,500-year-old byzantine church with stunning mosaics discovered in Beit Shemesh

The building has been named the “Church of the Glorious Martyr,” after the figure to whom the church was devoted according to an inscription, and whose identity remains a mystery.

As Amazon synod closes, bishops ask the Pope to allow some married priests

Bishops voted on the final document of their Vatican summit (Oct. 6-27) on the Pan-Amazonian region on Saturday, taking preliminary steps toward the ordination of married men to the priesthood, the female diaconate and the creation of an Amazonian Rite.

Afghan Museum Repairs Buddhist Art, One Broken Piece at a Time

Experts trying to restore Afghanistan’s Buddhist treasures say it is like working on a 1,500-year-old puzzle.

India, Pakistan to sign agreement on Kartarpur corridor on Thursday: MEA

The Ministry of External Affairs said that a joint secretary-level officer in the Union Home Ministry will meet Pakistan officials at zero point near the site of Kartarpur corridor on Thursday and sign the MoU on India's behalf.

French bishops plan to open plenary meetings to lay participation

France’s Catholic bishops plan to open their plenary assembly for the first time to lay participation following the passage of a controversial bioethics law despite mass church-backed opposition.

Pope’s Message for World Food Day: Wasting the bread of the poor

Pope Francis sends a message to the FAO Director General, Qu Dongyu, for World Food Day, expressing his concern for the “distorted relationship between food and nutrition”.

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