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Christian women gather at an Assyrian church in Irbil, Iraq (AP)

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

Chaldean Catholic Patriarch Louis Sako speaks to the media (CNS photo/ Alaa Al-Marjani, Reuters)

Thousands of families, most of whom are Christian, have been displaced by ISIS offensives

Cardinal Nichols (AP)

Cardinal Nichols said that international assistance is required in the Middle East

The House of Commons voted by 278 votes to 0, with backing from all major parties (PA)

The motion calls on the Government to table a resolution at the UN Security Council

The ruined Mar Elian monastery in Qaryatain (AP)

St Elian monastery, in the recaptured town of Qaryatain, was bulldozed by the terrorist group last summer

A photograph and a file with personal details of kidnapped Indian priest Fr Tom Uzhunnalil (AP)

Salesian leaders say rumours that the priest was crucified on Good Friday are false

A man prays during a memorial gathering in Brussels following Tuesday's terrorist attacks (CNS)

Fr Michel Gaillard has served as chaplain of the Belgian airport targeted by ISIS for 10 years

Bishop Davies (Photo: Diocese of Shrewsbury)

Unlike the European Parliament and the United States, Britain has refused to acknowledge genocide by Islamic State

A Filipino in Manila lights candles among flowers offered for victims of the Brussels attacks (AP)

‘We must stay faithful to our message of peace,’ Archbishop Josef De Kesel told a French newspaper

Iraqi Christian refugees attend an outdoor prayer service to mark a year since their displacement in Fuheis, Jordan (AP Photo/Raad Adayleh)

Document calls on the US State Department to recognise the genocide