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The increase in security measures comes after a spate of Islamist attacks in France

‘If every parish in the country did the same it might at last wake up our political classes to the scale of the suffering,’ Aid to the Church in Need has said

The plight of Brazil’s indigenous people should be centre stage at the Games, a spokesman said

Representatives of the Missionaries of Charity say they have plans for regular special Masses and prayer meetings to mark the canonisation that will take place on September 4

Despite military defeats suffered by ISIS, Iraqi Christians say minority groups in the country face further uncertainty

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A crackdown on drug-related crime has left more than 400 suspected dealers dead since President Duterte took office in June

Mudslides in eastern Mexico have left at least 40 people dead and dozens of settlements cut off

The My Body Back clinic, based at the Royal London Hospital, provides extra support to women who have experienced sexual violence

Authorities said Fr Bonifacio Buzzi hanged himself with bed sheets in his cell a day after being arrested