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October 06, 2020
CNA Staff
On August 4, a fire in the capital city of Beirut, Lebanon spread to a warehouse containing some 2,750 tons of ammonium nitrate. The substance, which had been stored without the proper safety precautions, ignited in a massive explosion, sending a powerful shockwave through the city which blew out windows, knocked down buildings and killed
October 06, 2020
Ferdie Rous
Since the 60th anniversary of Nigerian Independence from British rule, the Nigerian government has struggled to quell public discontent.
October 05, 2020
Staff Reporter
The Nicaragua Catholic Bishops' Conference has described Daniel Ortega's presidency as "illegitimate" and has criticised a recent wave of governmental laws designed to punish political dissent.
October 01, 2020
Jonathan Luxmoore
Catholic Church officials in Russia have criticised planned religious law changes that will require all clergy who studied abroad to retrain in a Russian college
September 30, 2020
David Agren
The phoney priests had targeted people wanting to celebrate Mass in their homes and receive sacraments
September 30, 2020
Hannah Brockhaus/CNA
After 11 years, the Catholic Church in central Norway will have a bishop again.
September 28, 2020
Staff Reporter
A Catholic priest in Nigeria has been abducted by gunmen two years after undergoing the same ordeal
September 28, 2020
Catholic News Service
A bishop has condemned the red-tagging and killing of two village leaders who also served as parish workers on the main Philippine island of Luzon.
September 24, 2020
Junno Arocho Esteves
Chaldean Archbishop Najib Mikhael Moussa of Mosul was nominated for the 2020 Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought
September 24, 2020
Dale Gavlak
Iraqi priests have warned that the latest Turkish military attacks in northern Iraq are displacing Christians and exacerbating a precarious security situation
September 22, 2020
Ed Condon/CNA
The Church’s efforts to negotiate an extension to the 2018 provisional agreement with China are harming the evangelization of that country, the cardinal said
September 22, 2020
François Gloutnay
Bishops accused the Quebec government of ignoring them and imposing 'disappointing and unacceptable' restrictions
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