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Caritas Philippines urged the country's new leaders to "honor the rule of law and history, and make government more accountable”

Marcos says Philippines to uphold South China Sea ruling

Marcos said he would not "allow a single millimetre of our maritime coastal rights to be trampled upon"

Caritas India launches App for migrants

The App dubbed “Pravasi Bandhu” was jointly released by Archbishop Peter Machado of Bangalore and Manjunath Gangadhara, labor commissioner

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The camps in Bangladesh’s Cox’s Bazar district house about 1 million Rohingya refugees

Pope Francis calls for a Christian economy based on community

“The economy must be converted, it must be converted now. We have to convert from the liberal economy to the economy shared by people"

Pope Francis: ‘Ours is the age of fake news, collective superstitions, and pseudo-scientific truths’

In his reflection, Pope Francis focused on the famous refrain in Ecclesiastes that “everything is vanity”

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Hong Kong not to hold Tiananmen memorial Masses amid security law concerns

Beijing has in recent years tightened control over the island territory and cracked down on dissent

Philippine ‘truth-tellers’ race against time versus disinformation

“We know the risks, we know the threats, we just can’t allow the fear to erase our works that tell history” - Maria Ceres Doyo

Nearly 60 million people internally displaced worldwide in 2021

Global internal displacement figures are expected to grow this year, driven in particular by the war in Ukraine

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