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November 20, 2020
he church is now undergoing reconstruction work, with the support of Aid to the Church in Need, which has pledged 5 million euros to help Christians in Beirut rebuild after the August explosion.
January 10, 2017
The couple's son died in the attack by Pakistani Taliban group Jaamat-ul-Ahrar on Easter Sunday
September 13, 2016
Three MPs met displaced families and attended an ordination ceremony
August 01, 2016
About 300,000 people are believed to be in East Aleppo. No food or medical aid has been able to reach the rebel-held territory for several weeks
June 14, 2016
Aid to the Church in Need's Be God’s Mercy initiative will be launched in Rome on Friday
December 07, 2015
On its 50th anniversary, Vatican II’s Declaration on Religious Freedom is more vital than ever
July 13, 2015
People are being driven to starvation due to ongoing conflict in the country, Aid to the Church in Need has reported
March 26, 2015
Prince Charles has a new obsession as strong as his passions for ecology and architecture. He is refusing to stand idly by as Christians are driven out of the Middle East
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