Award-winning Pakistani film suspended over blasphemy row

Filmmaker calls on people to stop ‘spewing hate’ in name of religion

Philippine Catholic bishops create office to address clergy sex abuse

The new office is intended to help people bring their concerns on issues regarding the protection of minors

World Court orders Myanmar to protect Rohingya from acts of genocide

Myanmar will now have to regularly report on its efforts to protect the Rohingya from acts of genocide every six months until a final ruling in the case
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