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Topic: Iraqi Christians

Bishops: Government should do more to help Iraqi refugees

Bishops of England and Wales appeal to the Government to review its treatment of Iraqi asylum seekers

Londoners mourn victims of Baghdad massacre

Family and friends of those who died in Baghdad’s church attack gather for memorial Mass in west London

US must ‘redouble efforts’ to protect Iraqis, cardinal tells Obama

Cardinal George: America has a moral obligation not to abandon Iraqis after invading the country in 2003

Wave of bomb blasts target Christians in Baghdad

At least three people have been killed and two dozen injured in yet another terrorist attack on Iraq’s Christians

Debate: Should Christians abandon the Middle East?

Or should they stay, with extra support from the west?

English archbishop expresses horror at Baghdad massacre

Archbishop Vincent Nichols says his thoughts and prayers are with all those Iraqis struggling against violence and extremism

Death and destruction will not have the final word

It is hard to fathom the brutality of Sunday’s church massacre

Pope condemns ‘absurd violence’ of Baghdad church siege

Syrian Catholic patriarch, meanwhile, attacks indifference of free world to suffering of Iraqi Christians

Chaldean bishop tells US: don’t leave Iraq in chaos

Bishop Warduni says his country still has no law, no government, and terrorists ‘come and go as they please’

The lessons of 7/7: Islam, tolerance and American wars

Some have been learnt – the idea, for instance, that Britain should have stayed out of Iraq. But others have not