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Topic: United Nations

Experts at Vatican workshop call for end of weapons flow to Syria

Recommendations will be offered to those taking part in ‘Geneva 2′ peace talks

Christian leaders say violence in South Sudan is political, not ethnic

Bishops ‘condemn reports that refer to the violence as conflict between tribes’

Church leaders in Central African Republic tell of humanitarian crisis in capital city

Thousands of civilians take shelter in churches, but parishes struggling to cope

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Pope Francis to help launch worldwide ‘wave of prayer’ against hunger

Pope will offer support for Caritas Internationalis’s ‘One Human Family, Food For All’ campaign

Priest in Central African Republic hopeful of foreign help after archbishop’s appeal to UN

International community urged to help set up election body and investigate alleged crimes against humanity

Despite dangers, Church will always assist world’s refugees, says prelate

Papal nuncio to the UN tells panel Church has helped “refugees for centuries and will always do it”

Pope calls for prayers for Lampedusa victims

Pope asks faithful in St Peter’s to pray for African boat victims

Pope calls for international cooperation to improve migrant conditions

Francis calls for “a spirit of profound solidarity and compassion” in dealing with migrants around the world

Bishop hopes international pressure will ease suffering of Congolese people

Fighting between government and rebels has left many ‘suffering from lack of food, shelter and clothes’, says Bishop Willy Ngumbi Ngengele