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Rohingya
February 02, 2021
The military coup in Myanmar is troubling news for religious minorities, including the country's 4.4 million Christians
February 01, 2021
Nobel peace laureate and pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi, who currently serves as State Counsellor, is among the elected officials detained, reportedly under house arrest. Soldiers took Suu Kyi into custody along with Myanmar’s president, Win Myint, and other leaders the National League for Democracy party (NLD), who won a landslide victory in elections last November. Official military channels allege election fraud as their reason for seizing power, now in the hands of Gen. Min Aung Hlaing, the army’s senior commander, who has declared a one-year state of emergency.
January 19, 2021
As Christian Unity week begins, Cardinal appeals for peace in strife stricken Myanmar
December 03, 2017
'If, in an official speech, I would have used the word, they would close the door in my face,' he told reporters
December 01, 2017
The Pope met 16 Rohingya people on the second day of his trip to Bangladesh
November 30, 2017
'It is imperative that the international community take decisive measures to address this grave crisis,' he said
November 26, 2017
But hardliners say they will protest if the Pope says or does anything 'unexpected and unacceptable'
November 10, 2017
The international community's failure to prevent ethnic cleansing may fuel radical Islamism
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