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Illegal religious gathering met with suspension of water and electricity supply...
Cutting off utilities as a means of coercion has been employed in the past by authorities in an attempt to intimidate Christian communities
In China, AI cameras alert police when a banner is unfurled
The surveillance technology is just one example of the proliferation of ‘predictive policing’ in the country
Flood-hit Pakistanis still waiting on promised rebuild
Government pledges to rebuild flood-ravaged swathes of Pakistan to help them battle future extreme weather have largely failed to materialize
Governments urged to recognize, empower mass movements
Forgetting the lessons of past struggles would mean “normalizing, accepting, and ultimately repeating past abuses”
Religious men and women in India express support with protesting wrestlers
Nirmalini urged the 125,000 Catholic religious to play their prophetic role and actively engage in addressing issues in India
Pope Francis to sign human fraternity document with Nobel laureates in...
Young people representing different countries will also form “a symbolic embrace” by joining hands in a ring around St. Peter’s Square
Filipinos join Asia-wide pedal for global climate action
Developed countries pledged in 2009 to jointly mobilize $100 billion annually in climate finance by 2020 but failed to meet the goal
Pope Francis prays for victims of train crash in India that...
Hundreds of people were injured in the crash in the Balasore district of Odisha state, India’s worst rail crash in over two decades
China’s Xi urged to take responsibility for 1989 Tiananmen massacre
Number of living relatives of the victims of the Tiananmen massacre – under the Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping – dwindles every year
Catholic bishops urge governments to stop targeting Church institutions in India
The appeal was made after Bishop Gerald Almeida of Jabalpur and Sister Ligy Joseph filed for anticipatory bail against their possible arrest