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8 May 2018
Greg Kandra




Vladimir Putin is shown during a service at the Moscow Kremlin’s Cathedral of the Annunciation conducted by Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia after being sworn in as President of Russia. (photo: Alexei Nikolsky/TASS/Getty Images)

Rebels leave last besieged enclave in Syria (BBC) Syrian rebels have begun withdrawing from the last big, besieged enclave that they held in the war-torn country. Hundreds of fighters have been boarding buses along with their families in a pocket of territory lying in central Syria, between Homs and Hama…

Putin receives Russian Orthodox blessing after inauguration (The Moscow Times) On 7 May 2018, Vladimir Putin was inaugurated for his fourth term as Russia’s president. Following the official state ceremony, Putin met with Patriarch Kirill, the leader of the Russian Orthodox Church, at the Cathedral of the Annunciation for a prayer service and a blessing…

Hezbollah wins significant gains in Lebanon vote (Reuters) Hizbollah and its political allies made significant gains in Lebanon’s parliamentary election, official results showed, boosting an Iranian-backed movement fiercely opposed to Israel and underlining Teheran’s growing regional clout. The leader of Shi’ite Hezbollah, Mr. Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, called the result a “a very big political, parliamentary and moral victory for the choice of resistance”…

Armenian protest leader wins prime minister vote (BBC) Opposition politician Nikol Pashinyan spearheaded weeks of protests in Armenia that brought an end to 10 years of rule by Serzh Sargsyan. Now he has persuaded a parliament dominated by Mr. Sargsyan’s own party to back him as prime minister, only a week after he lost an initial vote…

Children of conflict: growing up in Gaza (As Jazeera) Around the world, millions of children are the unheard voices of war. And the horrors they witness today will inform the adults they become tomorrow. Will they grow up to be the next leaders, teachers or freedom fighters?…

Charity to offer college education to Syrian refugees in Jordan (GulfNews.com) Syrian refugees living in Jordanian refugee camps will be offered university education and vocational training as part of a new programe that was launched in Abu Dhabi on Monday. The initiative is a joint partnership involving Swiss NGO UniRef, The Jordanian Red Crescent and Isra University in Jordan. The signing ceremony for the new project was attended by several dignitaries in the capital including the ambassadors of Jordan, Oman and Afghanistan…

Bogus story about Vatican deal confirms Saudis’ religious freedom headache (Crux) Anyone who’s covered the Vatican for a while knows that a good chunk of the job isn’t so much reporting the actual news, but debunking “fake news” that others have shot out into the ether. We got an example this week, with a bogus story that Saudi Arabia had entered into an agreement with the Vatican to support the construction of Christian churches in the country…



Tags: Syria Lebanon Russia Arabian Peninsula

7 May 2018
Greg Kandra




People sit beside their destroyed homes in Bharatpur, India, following a severe dust storm Thursday. The Catholic bishops of India have expressed solidarity with the victims of the storm. (photo: Vatican News/AFP)

India’s Catholic Church expresses solidarity with victims of dust storm (Vatican News) The Catholic Church of India has expressed its grief at the loss of life and and property, and injury caused by a particularly severe dust storm on Thursday in parts of the northern states of Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan. “The Catholic Church condoles the death of our brothers and sisters who were caught unaware as nature’s fury took hold of large parts of North India,” said press release on Saturday signed by Bishop Theodore Mascarenhas, the secretary general of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of India, and The Rev. Paul Moonjely, the executive director of Caritas India, the social arm of the Catholic Church in India…

Hezbollah reportedly on track to extend political gains in Lebanon (CNBC) Lebanon’s first national election in nine years could result in a stronger Hezbollah, preliminary results show, following an election marred by low voter turnout amid frustration over the country’s endemic corruption problems. Shia group Hezbollah and its political allies were thought to be on course to win more than half of the seats in the Lebanese parliament, according to preliminary results cited by Beirut’s media on Monday...

‘U.S. Embassy’ road signs appear in Jerusalem (Al Jazeera) ‘U.S. Embassy’ road signs went up in Jerusalem on Monday ahead of next week’s opening of the mission in the city. The signs, in English, Hebrew and Arabic, were installed by workmen close to the south Jerusalem location of a U.S. consulate building that will be repurposed as the embassy when it is officially relocated from Tel Aviv on 14 May, Reuters news agency reported…

Libya says remains of beheaded Copts to be returned to Egypt soon (Egypt Today) Siddiq Assour, head of investigations at the Libyan Attorney General’s Office, said that he ordered that the remains of the 21 Egyptian Coptic Christians who were beheaded by ISIS in Libya in 2015 to be transferred to Egypt…

Remembering the Eritrea-Ethiopia border war, Africa’s unfinished conflict (BBC) Two decades have passed since two of Africa’s poorest countries began the continent’s deadliest border war. The conflict between Eritrea and Ethiopia left tens of thousands dead or injured in the space of just two years. But despite a peace deal signed in December 2000, the two sides remain on a war footing — their massive armies still facing off…

Did Syria create the world’s first song? (BBC) In Syria, music runs deeper into the fabric of the place than anywhere else in the world. Long before the modern state was formed in 1946, Syria had developed rich musical traditions over thousands of years. The diverse religions, sects and ethnicities that inhabited and travelled across the country over the millennia — Muslims, Christians, Jews, Arabs, Assyrians, Armenians and Kurds, to name but a few — all contributed to this eclectic musical heritage…



Tags: Syria India Lebanon Jerusalem Horn of Africa

4 May 2018
J.D. Conor Mauro




Posters of candidates for the upcoming Lebanese parliamentary elections hang on the walls of buildings in the northern Lebanese city Tripoli's Bab al Tabbaneh Sunni neighborhood on 3 May. (photo: Joseph Eid/AFP/Getty Images)

Lebanese voters want change; few expect it (New York Times) Voters across Lebanon will vote in parliamentary elections on Sunday for the first time in nine years, and many of them are fed up. The country’s crises are many: a million Syrian refugees are straining public services; a shaky economy is increasingly teetering; garbage is piling up; fear is spreading of a new war between Hezbollah and Israel; and the political class has failed to find solutions…

UNICEF: Children bear the brunt as violence escalates in Gaza (U.N. News) Highlighting the devastating impact of the humanitarian crisis and increasing violence on Gaza’s children, the United Nations Children’s Fund has called on all parties with influence on the ground to prioritize their protection…

Gaza protests: Latest updates (Al Jazeera) Palestinians in the besieged Gaza Strip are protesting for the sixth Friday in a row as part of the Great March of Return movement. The rallies are part of a six-week protest that will culminate on 15 May to mark what Palestinians refer to as the “Nakba” or “catastrophe” — a reference to Israel’s establishment in 1948 and when 750,000 Arabs were forcibly removed from Palestine. Since the protests began on March 30, at least 41 Palestinians in the coastal enclave have been killed by Israeli forces and more than 7,000 wounded…

In rural Jordan, pulling power from the wind to make change on the ground (Christian Science Monitor) In a troubled tribal town in Jordan, residents are turning to wind energy to lift the region up from underdevelopment, unemployment, and unrest, and as a model for green energy…

‘Anti-conversion law’ approved in the state of Uttarakhand (Fides) Uttarakhand, in northern India, has become the seventh state of the Indian Federation to have approved an “anti-conversion law,” a tool often used by Hindu extremists to accuse Christians of “forced or fraudulent conversion”…

Syria rebels hand over arms in new deal with government (Al Monitor) Syrian rebels on Friday were surrendering their heavy weapons for the second day after agreeing with the government a new deal to withdraw from central towns, a war monitor said…



Tags: Syria India Lebanon Gaza Strip/West Bank Jordan

3 May 2018
J.D. Conor Mauro




Palestinian couple Muaz Rukup and Hedil Naccar, medical officials who had worked during “Great March of Return” demonstrations, are seen during their wedding ceremony at a healthcare tent near Gaza-Israel border in Khan Yunis, Gaza, on 2 May 2018. (photo: Abed Rahim Khatib/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)

Israeli government: Gaza protests are state of war, human rights law doesn’t apply (Haaretz) In response to a High Court petition filed by human rights groups, the Israeli state has argued the protests by Palestinians on the Gaza border fall into the category of a state of war and thus human rights law does not apply to the rules of engagement. In their so-called March of Return, Gazans have been protesting each Friday at the Gaza border fence. In the demonstrations, the Israeli army has killed 45 protesters and wounded thousands…

Maronite bishops: After elections, government must aim to repatriate Syrian refugees (Fides) The parliament and the government that will be elected on Sunday, 6 May, will have to oppose the attempt to permanently impose on Lebanon the weight of the reception of Syrian refugees, Maronite bishops said in a pronouncement…

The Armenian Catholicos Karekin II calls for national reconciliation (AsiaNews) The head of the Armenian Apostolic Church, Catholicos Karekin II of All Armenia, with an appeal released yesterday, has called on the authorities and opposition to act within the framework of legality, and seek ways to resolve the political crisis in the country through dialogue…

Massive Indian dust storm kills more than 70, injures scores more (RT) A powerful dust storm in northern India has killed more than 70 people and injured more than 140 others on Wednesday. Many reportedly died in their sleep while the storm swept through their homes. India’s Hindustan Times reports that the storm left a trail of destruction in its wake, uprooting trees and affecting the electricity supply in the states of Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan…

U.S. officials return thousands of ancient Iraqi artifacts seized from Hobby Lobby (Christian Today) U.S. officials have returned more than 3,800 artifacts illegally obtained from suppliers in Iraq and sold to Hobby Lobby, the giant craft store chain owned by evangelical Christians. The artifacts had been smuggled into the country and Hobby Lobby had bought them for the Museum of the Bible, which opened last year in Washington, D.C. Hobby Lobby’s founder, Steve Green, is the museum’s chairman…

Egypt’s jailed journalists: In numbers (Al Jazeera) The U.N. cultural agency, UNESCO has awarded its World Press Freedom Prize to imprisoned Egyptian photojournalist Mahmoud Abu Zeid, despite criticism from the government of Abdel Fattah al Sisi following the announcement last week. Rights groups have reported an unparallelled crackdown on Egypt’s media in recent years and say there are signs it is getting worse…

Ecumenical Patriarch faces a hard choice over Ukraine (OCP Media Network) His All-Holiness Bartholomew is rightly believed to be the guardian of the Orthodox Christian unity. However, the recent visits to Fanar by President Poroshenko and Rostislav Pavlenko threw His All-Holiness into a dilemma. They want him to ecclesiastically legitimate the Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church and the Kyivan Patriarchate so that their clergy would be able to form another independent church in Ukraine. Being blinded by the pre-election agenda, administration of the Ukrainian President takes no notice of some obstacles on the way to autocephaly…



Tags: India Egypt Gaza Strip/West Bank Armenian Apostolic Church Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I

2 May 2018
J.D. Conor Mauro




Residents of the village of Parakar blocking a road to Zvartnots International Airport. Armenian politician, opposition activist Nikol Pashinyan, one of the leaders of the ‘Way Out’ Alliance (Yelk) Party, has called on protesters to block airports and streets. (photo: Artyom Geodakyan\TASS via Getty Images)

Armenia’s opposition, blocked in parliament, raises pressure in the streets (New York Times) Protesters in Armenia, frustrated by Parliament’s refusal to elect the opposition leader as prime minister, heeded his call for widespread civil disobedience on Wednesday, fanning out across the country to close major squares, roads and schools…

The significance of Armenia’s ‘April Revolution’ (The Nation) Analysts outside of Armenia scrambled to make sense of the April Revolution. Was it a “color revolution” or a Ukrainian-style Maidan? Was it a “blow to Putin,” as the pages of The Washington Post suggested? The revolt did have certain elements that were recognizable in “color revolutions” — the street demonstrations, the involvement of youth, etc. However, its orientation was strictly domestic and its long-term causes — jobs, poverty, privatization, inequality, etc. — were entirely endogenous…

Chaldean Patriarchate: Do not use religious symbols for electoral propaganda (Fides) Candidates in the upcoming Iraqi political elections must avoid exploiting symbols and religious references as instruments of electoral propaganda, the Patriarchate of Babylon of the Chaldeans said ahead of the 12 May elections. In order to gather electoral support the candidates must only refer to their professional skills and their personal talents. Christian candidates, in particular, must avoid claiming alleged sponsorships and support from ecclesiastical authorities…

Harassment of Christians continues to escalate in Turkey (AINA) International Christian Concern has learned that overnight on 30 April 2018 at least one Turkish nationalist vandalized the Surp Takavor Armenian Church in Istanbul’s Kadiköy municipality. The nationalist wrote “This homeland is ours” on the wall and dumped a large pile of garbage outside of the church’s door…

Iraq’s Yazidis resume pilgrimages to sacred temple (AINA) Iraqi Yazidis are healing from the pain and hardship they suffered at the hands of the Islamic State, which swept their areas, killing men and forcing women into sexual slavery. In a sign of the return to normal life, the Yazidi New Year was celebrated in a Yazidi temple on 8 April for the first time since the liberation from ISIS…

Ethiopian Jews clamor to move to Israel (BBC) Ethiopian Jews have appealed to the president of Israel to help them migrate there, to be reunited with members of their families…

‘Secret church’ dating back to first Christian centuries survived ISIS (Christian Today) A ‘secret church’ in Syria dating back to the first centuries of Christianity has been discovered by archaeologists in a territory held by ISIS for more than two years. The ancient tunnel system, found in the city of Manbij, is believed to have once served as a refuge for Christians who faced persecution during the Roman Empire…



Tags: Syria Iraq Armenia Yazidi Ethiopian Jews

1 May 2018
J.D. Conor Mauro




As part of a pastoral visit to Lebanon, Archbishop John Michael Miller of Vancouver visits Iraqi Christian refugees at a school run by the Syriac Catholic Patriarchate, supported by CNEWA. (photo: Carl Hétu)

Cries for peace in Syria louder than ever (Catholic Register) Catholic aid agencies that help Syrian and Iraqi refugees say a recent escalation of conflict in Syria has increased despair and heightened the call for peace from Christian leaders. “They all told us the same thing,” said Carl Hétu, national director of the Catholic Near East Welfare Association (CNEWA) Canada, who made a pastoral visit to Lebanon from 15 to 19 April with Vancouver Archbishop J. Michael Miller to encourage partners who are working with refugees. “The region needs peace. They don’t need more bombs and the refugee crisis cannot be sustained any more in Lebanon…”

Syria announces Yarmouk camp evacuation agreement (Al Jazeera) The Syrian government has reached an evacuation deal with fighters from Hay’et Tahrir al Sham to leave the Yarmouk refugee camp in southern Damascus. The official SANA news agency announced on Monday that the fighters and their families, numbering about 5,000, would be evacuated in two stages, the first of which would see 1,500 people transported to the rebel-controlled Idlib province in northwestern Syria…

Expert: The bogey of Christian infiltration in India is a ‘political hoax’ (AsiaNews) The age-old bogey of Christian infiltration into the heart of India — allegedly intent on undermining the country — has been resurrected. While now a hackneyed political canard, its use as a recurrent theme in of Indian politics is significant…

Indian government accused of ignoring religious violence (UCAN India) The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom has accused the Indian government of doing little to prevent violence against religious minorities and socially poor Dalit people. The commission’s latest report, released 25 April, said the government run by the pro-Hindu Bharatiya Janata Party has not addressed the problem of sectarian violence despite government statistics showing that sectarian violence has increased sharply over the past two years…

Greek-Turkish border under refugee pressure again (Al Monitor) Their clothes caked with mud, a small group of refugees from Syria trudge past a Greek farmer tilling his field on a tractor. He barely pauses to look at them. In the villages near the Evros River, the natural boundary with Turkey in northeastern Greece, such arrivals are now common…

Christians in Jerusalem’s Old City under threat from ‘hostile radical settlers’ (Christian Today) Christians in Jerusalem say their presence in the Old City is under threat from intimidation, with priests being spat at and abused, alongside aggressive property acquisition by hardline and ’hostile’ Jewish settlers, the Guardian has reported. The churches say they are facing onslaught on three fronts, according to the paper’s report from Jerusalem: a war of attrition waged by hardline settlers; unprecedented tax demands by Jerusalem city council; and a proposal to allow the expropriation of church land put up for sale…



Tags: Syria India Lebanon Jerusalem Greece

30 April 2018
J.D. Conor Mauro




A relative of Palestinian Mohammed al Maqid, 21, who was killed by Israeli security forces during the protests at the Israel-Gaza border, mourns during his funeral in Gaza city on 28 April. (photo: Momen Faiz/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Israel’s use of live fire in Gaza protests faces legal test (Chicago Tribune) Israel’s Supreme Court on Monday heard the first legal challenge of the military’s open-fire rules, after 39 Palestinians were killed and more than 1,700 wounded by Israeli fire during mass protests on the Gaza border over the past month…

He walked along an Israeli beach as far as Gaza. Then he vanished. (Washington Post) It is among the most heavily guarded borders in the world, yet on 7 September 2014, a slender Israeli man managed to squeeze through rolls of thick barbed wire and cross from Israel into the Gaza Strip. He has not been heard from since. The last confirmed sighting of Avera Mengistu, who was 26 at the time, was on Israeli army security cameras that followed his lonely silhouette marching steadfastly along the beach toward a fate unknown. Mengistu comes from a family of immigrants, Ethiopian Jews who arrived in 1991…

In Mumbai, a gathering in support of women and children victims of violence (AsiaNews) A “gathering for peace” to support women and girls who are victims of injustice, abuse and violence, organized by the archdiocese of Mumbai, will take place on 1 May…

Military bases in Syria’s Aleppo, Hama targeted by missiles (PressTV) Syria has announced that several of its military bases located in the provinces of Hama and Aleppo have come under missile fire. According to Syria’s state news agency on Sunday, “a new aggression with hostile missiles” happened at 10:30 p.m. local time, in which military positions in the Hama and Aleppo villages were targeted. The origins of the attacks are still unclear, but come several weeks after Russia and Syria said Israeli warplanes struck an air base in the Syrian province of Homs…



Tags: Syria India Gaza Strip/West Bank Palestine Israel

27 April 2018
J.D. Conor Mauro




Palestinian emergency services carry a demonstrator on a stretcher suffering from tear gas exposure near the southern Gaza Strip town of Khan Yunis during mass demonstrations along the Gaza-Israel border on 27 April. (photo: Said Khatib/AFP/Getty Images)

Israel must address excessive use of force and deaths in Gaza protests: U.N. rights chief (U.N. News) With more than 40 Palestinians killed and 5,500 injured during protests in Gaza over the past month — many by live ammunition — the top United Nations human rights official on Friday called on Israel to ensure that its security forces do not resort to use of excessive force amid the ongoing demonstrations…

Turkey’s Alevi minority threatened by dam-building plans (Christian Science Monitor) Turkey is ramping up its dam construction despite opposition from locals. Some dams are being built on sacred Alevi ground, jeopardizing their cultural heritage and damaging the natural environment. Making up about 15-20 percent of Turkey’s 79 million people, Alevis draw from Shiite, Sufi, and Anatolian folk traditions, practicing distinct rituals which can put them at odds with their Sunni Muslim counterparts, many of whom accuse them of heresy. “The government is trying to assimilate us into Sunni Islam. There’s a project to kill our culture and heritage,” said Baris Yildirim, an Alevi lawyer and activist…

Christians should not be second-class citizens, cardinal tells Saudi Arabia (AINA) French Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran’s trip to Saudi Arabia, the first by such a senior Catholic figure, raised hopes of more openness in the kingdom, which is home to Islam’s holiest sites but bans the practice of other faiths. The trip included a meeting with King Salman, his first with a Catholic official. “During my meetings, I insisted very much on this point, that Christians and non-Muslims are spoken of well in schools and that they are never considered second-class citizens,” said the cardinal, who leads the Vatican’s Council for Interreligious Dialogue…

India’s indigenous people rally for religion (UCAN India) Indian church leaders support demand for recognition of the Sarna animist religions as 10,000 march through Jharkhand state. The 24 April rally aimed to put pressure on the eastern state’s government run by the pro-Hindu Bharatiya Janata Party, which considers indigenous people as Hindus and refuses to give official status to their traditional faith practices…



Tags: India Gaza Strip/West Bank Turkey Arabian Peninsula

26 April 2018
J.D. Conor Mauro




Iraqi Christians slowly rebuild their communities, following the destruction wrought by ISIS. (video: Rome Reports)

Assyrians in Iraq struggle to return to their homes (AINA) In Qaraqosh, Christians from the Nineveh Plain celebrated Easter in churches still bearing burns from ISIS’ attack. Little by little, they’re returning to their homes after their forced exile, though many do not yet feel it is safe to return…

Chaldean priest: The slow rebirth of Mosul after ISIS (AsiaNews) In Mosul and on the Nineveh Plain “life is slowly returning to normal,” says the Rev. Paul Thabit Mekko. Young university students, Christians and others, “every day make the journey” that separates them from their lodgings in the towns of the plain to the university, in the east of the metropolis of northern Iraq to follow courses and lessons…

Caritas India works with those at the bottom of society (Crux) As the Rev. Frederick D’Souza ends his tenure as the head of Caritas India, he says the Christian perspective of volunteering or giving ourselves in selfless service stems from Diakonia, “one of the subtle expressions of life of church in the society.” Father D’Souza stepped down from his role this week. Caritas India is the official development arm of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of India and is especially committed to serving the underprivileged sections of Indian society, especially those coming from socially excluded communities, including those at the bottom of India’s caste system, its indigenous Tribal community, and religious minorities…

Pope to host ecumenical prayer for peace in the Middle East (CNS) Pope Francis will travel to Bari, the southern Italian Adriatic port city, on 7 July to host a day of reflection and ecumenical prayer for peace in the Middle East. The pope intends to invite the heads of Christian churches and communities in the Middle East to join him, the Vatican said on 25 April. The Vatican did not release a list of those who would be invited…

Detained Iraqi immigrants are fighting ICE for their day in court (AINA) The American Civil Liberties Union is arguing against federal immigration authorities indefinitely detaining Iraqi nationals and attempting to deport them without trial. A Cincinnati federal appeals court is set to hear the ACLU’s arguments in the defense of about 100 Iraqi nationals detained in Immigration and Customs Enforcement raids conducted in the Detroit area last June…



Tags: Iraq India Middle East Christians Iraqi Christians Ecumenism

25 April 2018
J.D. Conor Mauro




Armenian opposition supporters take part in a rally in Yerevan on 25 April. (photo: Vano Shlamov/AFP/Getty Images)

Armenians protest after talks with government collapse (Vatican News) Thousands of protesters have taken to the streets of the Armenian capital after talks between the opposition and the acting prime minister were called off amid a deepening political crisis in the impoverished former Soviet nation. Wednesday’s rally underscores new uncertainty over the country’s political future after longtime leader Serzh Sargsyan stepped down earlier this week…

Armenian Catholicos calls on Turks to return churches and property (AsiaNews) For Armenian Apostolic Catholicos Aram I of the Great House of Cilicia, the harm caused by the Armenian Genocide must be repaired on the basis laws and conventions. This can start with the return of thousands of “churches, monasteries, schools and centers, cultural and spiritual objects…”

Ukraine: the forgotten war (Vatican News) In an interview with U.N. News, U.N.D.P.’s Ukraine representative, Neil Walker, spoke about the current situation in Ukraine. He addressed continued targeting of Ukraine’s water supply, the ongoing violation of the cease-fire, and the reality of land mines…

As water scarcity worsens, ‘Day Zero’ becomes commonplace in India (Christian Science Monitor) Parched Cape Town, in South Africa, has managed to push back its “Day Zero” — an estimate of when taps in the city could run dry — to 2019 after successful water-saving efforts. But in India, “Day Zero” has come and gone for residents in many parts of the country, where taps failed long ago and people have turned instead to digging wells or buying water. An expanding population, growing demand for water from agriculture and industry, and poor management of water supplies have sent India’s groundwater to ever lower levels…

Nuns on cause of human trafficking: ‘Money, money, money!’ (Crux) “Money, money, money” was the motto repeated by religious sisters at a conference in Rome, pointing to the main cause of human trafficking, one of the most profitable businesses in the world. “I discovered in my research that what pushes the mob is greed and ignorance,” said Nigerian Sister Dorothy Ezeh, who works at the Catholic Secretariat in her African nation and helps women forced into prostitution…

Palestinian journalist shot at Gaza protest dies of wounds (Daily Star Lebanon) A Palestinian journalist shot two weeks ago by Israeli forces on the Gaza border has died, Israeli and Palestinian sources said Wednesday, the second journalist killed in a month of unrest. Ahmad Abu Hussein, 25, was shot on 13 April while covering protests along the Gaza border for a radio station based in the Palestinian enclave…



Tags: India Ukraine Gaza Strip/West Bank Armenia human trafficking





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