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Training on religious affairs held in Ha Tinh

Vietnam Coast Guard holds exchange meeting with ethnic – religious people

30th anniversary of Sub-Institute for Buddhist Studies in Hanoi and Buddhist Studies Magazine to be held in Hanoi

Thang Long Imperial Citadel marks 10th anniversary of UNESCO recognition

Training conference for ethnic, religious youth held in Binh Duong

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UN chief condemns church attack in Burkina Faso

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Monday strongly condemned Sunday's church attack in Burkina Faso, said his spokesman.

Faith leaders condemn terrorist attack at London Bridge

Representatives of London's faith community have condemned the terrorist attack at London Bridge today. 

Pope warns Youth against dangers of tech, globalization

Pope Francis on Friday warned that technology and globalization were homogenising young people around the world to the point where their uniqueness and cultural individuality were becoming endangered species.

Church of England calls Christians to repentance over role in antisemitism

The Church of England has released a teaching document in which it acknowledges the role of Christians in centuries of antisemitism as well as its resurgence in modern times.

The document, called God's Unfailing Word, is the first authoritative statement on the subject from the Church of England and outlines historic failings towards Jews.

Buddhists Among Those Welcoming Pope Francis in Thailand and Japan

Pope Francis is visiting Thailand from 20–23 November and is due to follow with a trip to Japan on 23–26 November. While the pontiff is expected to reach out to the small Catholic populations in the two countries, the visits to the Buddhist-majority nations highlights the Pope’s continued emphasis on dialogue across religious divides as a path to peace in the world.

Counting AK47s and learning trigonometry for snipers. How children were taught math under ISIS

Two floors beneath the headquarters of Iraqi Military Intelligence, at the end of a red-carpeted corridor, two doors swing open to reveal a museum of cold, calculated and deliberate horror.

Boko Haram fighters kill five villagers in Chad: authorities

Five villagers have been killed in western Chad, as Boko Haram militant fighters increase their deadly attacks, a regional official told AFP Monday.

Two of the victims were strangled and three were shot dead, said Sadick Khatir, secretary general of the Lac area.

Ptolemaic-era temple discovered in Sohag

Archaeologists have discovered a 2,200-year-old temple in Egypt. It is believed to belong to Ptolemy IV Philopator of the Ptolemaic Kingdom.

25 relatives of Al-Baghdadi captured in Turkey

Close relatives of dead ISIL leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi have been arrested in the central Anatolian province of Kırşehir on November 16, ONA reports citing Hurriyet.

Sri Lanka elections: Gunmen open fire on convoy of buses carrying minority Muslim voters; no casualties reported

Gunmen opened fire on a convoy of buses carrying minority Muslim voters in northwest Sri Lanka on Saturday, hours before polling in presidential elections got underway, police said.

Notre Dame chief architect told to 'shut his mouth' on reconstruction

Debate over how best to rebuild Notre Dame has rumbled on since the landmark cathedral suffered a devastating fire in April.

Poland seizes two for plotting Breivik-style attacks on Muslims

Polish agents arrested two people accused of planning attacks against Muslims inspired by Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik and suspected white supremacist Brenton Tarrant in New Zealand, the security service said on Wednesday.

UN chief calls for international cooperation on Syria jihadists

UN chief Antonio Guterres called on November for an international accord on the fate of foreign jihadists being held in the Middle East, saying it was not up to Syria and Iraq “to solve the problem for everyone.”

Israel kills senior Islamic Jihad commander, potentially sparking fierce cross-border violence

Israel killed a senior Islamic Jihad commander in Gaza early Tuesday in a rare targeted killing that threatened to unleash a fierce round of cross-border violence with Palestinian militants. The militant group said the commander’s wife was also killed in the airstrike and that their children were wounded.

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