In Gabon’s capital Libreville, a group of striking university students has been kept locked up in a cell by the military police since Monday. A few of them were briefly released, which allowed them to disseminate photos and videos taken with a mobile phone
6/15/2012-‘Der Spiegel’ depicts Pope as just near his grave…the vampire wants to suck the Pope’s blood-FrMar-A number of aspects regarding the complex dialogue between the Vatican and Israel were addressed at the conference on the background and future
14 JUNE 2012-Gulu — When Florence Ayot escaped from the rebel Lord's Resistance Army in 2005 after over 15 years in captivity, she was overjoyed to be free, but the seven years she has been back have been more than difficult - most of her family is dead
Written By:KBC Reporters, Posted: Fri, Jun 15, 2012-The Requiem Mass for the late Kenyan Internal Security Minister Professor George Saitoti will held Friday afternoon at the Holy Family Basilica. The late Minister will be buried Saturday at his Kitengela home.
June 15, 2012 - 09:38-Alexander: I do not believe…in the God you profess-No atheism!FrMar- Step Vaessen-Step Vaessen has reported on Asia for more than a decade.- When I met Alexander Aan in the police station where he was locked up in February
Debate over family planning laws reignited over claims that young woman in Shaanxi province was forced into termination. Tania Branigan in Beijingguardian.co.uk, Friday 15 June 2012 05.29 BST- A graphic photograph of a young Chinese woman lying beside
13 JUNE 2012-Amsterdam — Congolese warlord Thomas Lubanga Dyilo, convicted by the International Criminal Court in its first ever ruling, should be sentenced to 30 years in prison for using child soldiers in the Democratic Republic of Congo, the prosecutor said on Wednesday.
Scripture:John 19:31-37 [alternate reading: Matthew 5:27-32]-34 But one of the soldiers pierced his side with a spear, and at once there came out blood and water. Meditation: Do you know the heart of Jesus – a heart that was pierced for your sake and mine?
By Michelle Bauman-Atlanta, Ga., Jun 14, 2012 / 10:10 am (CNA/EWTN News).- The growing perception of religion as a threat to a free society is leading to persecution of believers around the world, according to speakers at a recent meeting of the U.S. bishops.
The Muslim Brotherhood has warned that Egypt's fragile democratic gains are under threat, after a surprise court ruling overturned last year's parliamentary elections. Egypt could see "dangerous" days ahead if power returned to those linked to the previous regime, it said.