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The risks endured by faith-based human rights defenders in the Philippines increase as they incarnate the Christian gospel
From where you are now, you can probably see that the invention of untruths seems to have been a legacy and is now “institutional”

Photos: Show of solidarity

Philippine solidarity groups denounce the military of junta in Myanmar for the execution of four pro-democracy activists in July

Ultra-fast fashion charms young despite damaging environment

Environmental pressure groups slam the "throwaway clothing" phenomenon as grossly wasteful

‘Always frightened’: life for Ukrainians in ruined estate

With most of the children gone, the cherry trees have remained unpicked, their fruit left to drop on the pockmarked pavement

Photos: Filipinos celebrate promulgation of heroic virtues of Venerable Teofilo Camomot

Thousands of people attended the Thanksgiving Mass and promulgation of the decree of Venerable Teofilo Camomot’s heroic virtue

The WE Forum raid: ‘They stole everything they could lay their...

How can we explain to a child that men in uniform can be bad men too without compromising and damaging respect for authority?

Abe murder spotlights Unification Church controversy in Japan

The assassination of former Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe by a man resentful of the Unification Church has resurfaced years of controversy over the...

Did the churches’ closed doors during pandemic help increase faith?

In India, churches turned digital after March 2020 when communities closed borders because of the pandemic

Bitter harvest: Malaysian palm oil farmers face labor crunch

Palm oil is a controversial commodity, blamed by environmentalists for fueling the destruction of rainforest in Malaysia and Indonesia

Abuse survivor’s ordeal sheds light on Malaysia ‘unilateral conversions’

The issue has become another battleground between increasingly vocal Islamist hardliners and those seeking to defend the rights of minorities

Catholic nuns unite with diverse movement demanding change in Sri Lanka

Sri Lankans are experiencing one of the worst economic and political crises today, yet they enjoy an “unusual unity and brotherhood”

Search for safe quarters

I will never forget the look in your eyes, assuring me that all would be well eventually, as they pushed you into their car

From war to peace: Vietnam’s rubber sandals march on

The Vietnamese first began making rubber sandals in the late 1940s, during the First Indochina War against the French

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