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Assyrians protesting in Lebanon after ISIS kidnapped 200 or so Christians. A number of them have now been freed (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)

ISIS’s advance comes as terrorist group releases 37 Assyrian Christians

Archbishop Jeanbart speaking at yesterday's conference (Aid to the Church in Need)

Christians in the Middle East feel frustration at Britain’s foreign policy

Vladimir Putin has outfoxed the West in the Middle East

America and Britain have helped to endanger minorities in the Middle East

A displaced mother and child in South Sudan (ACN)

People are being driven to starvation due to ongoing conflict in the country, Aid to the Church in Need has reported

Cardinal Fernando Filoni, prefect of the Congregation for the Evangelisation of Peoples (CNS)

Cardinal Fernando Filoni told pontifical mission societies that they needed to hold on to their true mission

Cardinal Leonardo Sandri, prefect of the Congregation for Eastern Churches, greets a young displaced Iraqi in Erbil (CNS photo/John E. Kozar, CNEWA)

Cardinal Leonardo Sandri also praised the ‘heroic’ service of priests

Archbishop Bashar Warda of Erbil, Iraq (Photo: CNS)

The Pope wants to visit, according to Archbishop Warda, but his staff ‘would not allow him to at present’

Nardine and her family are living in a monastery after fleeing ISIS

The documentary ‘Kill the Christians’ forces Britons to confront the plight of the suffering Church

Anti-government protestors gather in Kinshasa, in Democratic Republic of Congo (PA)

In February Fr Jean-Paul Kakule was killed by a hail of bullets from a machine gun

Relatives of the murdered men. Prince Charles has given an unspecified amount to help their children (AP)

Prince of Wales also writes to Coptic pope to express his sorrow at murders by ISIS