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Armenia and Azerbaijan clash despite new truce

Armenia and Azerbaijan have accused each other of violating a new humanitarian ceasefire in the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh in a conflict that has killed hundreds in recent weeks. The clashes are rapidly escalating into an all-out war, with civilians caught in the middle.

Political dialogue forum for Libya next month

Rival Libyan factions will attend a Political Dialogue Forum to be held early November in Tunisia.

Pope marks World Mission Day with thanks for the release of a missionary priest

Pope Francis marks World Mission Day expressing gratitude for the release ten days ago of Missionary Father Pierluigi Macalli in Niger

Pope prays for peace and stability in Libya

Pope Francis prays for the fruitful outcome of international talks aimed at halting hostilities in Libya and at paving the way for a peaceful future for the country.

Pope: good citizens must contribute to society and bear witness to the Gospel

Pope Francis tells Christians they have the duty and the responsibility to be a living presence in society, inspiring it with the Gospel.

Vatican Museums: everything is connected #3

“We exist only in relationships: with God the Creator, with our brothers and sisters as members of a common family, and with all of God’s creatures within our common home. We cannot live in harmony with creation if we are not at peace with the Creator who is the source and origin of all things.”

Top former Mexican Minister arrested for drug trafficking and money laundering

A former Mexican Minister of Defense, who led its Army, has been arrested at Los Angeles International Airport, accused of drug trafficking and money laundering. The arrest represents a grievous blow to the neighboring nations who are fighting a multi billion dollar narcotics war, which has claimed more than quarter of […]

Brutal murder in France linked to terrorism

France is mourning a middle school teacher who was beheaded in a Paris suburb Friday, after showing pupils cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad. Authorities said French police shot dead the knife-wielding teenager and detained several people.

Pope Francis to participate in international Prayer Meeting for Peace

Pope Francis and other leaders of world religions will join to pray for peace on 20 October in an initiative that takes place in the spirit of Assisi and of “Fratelli tutti”.

Caritas Zambia urges the Zambian Government to patent local foods

Caritas Zambia has appealed to the government to patent local Zambian foods and help local farmers and other food producers retain power over their local food systems.