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In Switzerland, the number of assisted suicides continues to increase

In Switzerland, assisted suicide has been authorized since 1942, and it is associations that deal with the supply of lethal products as well as administrative procedures.

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Abducted with Michael Nnadi, two Christian students testify to their captivity in Nigeria

"In the morning they called us and gave us our cell phones to call our parents to say goodbye before they killed us. We did and returned to our tents, leaving our lives between the hands of God."

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Youth With A Mission founder Loren Cunningham with stage 4 cancer

The Christian world has been shaken by the announcement of the illness of Loren Cunningham, founder of the international Christian organization, Youth With A Mission. The famous missionary was diagnosed with stage four cancer.

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The pope calls for the preservation of water resources

Pope Francis has called for better management and preservation of the planet's water resources, a challenge at the heart of a conference which opens on Wednesday in New York.

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"Lord Jesus, I don't understand": a family loses 5 children in a car accident

"Keep my family in your prayers, please. We lost five children in a tragic accident. I don't know what to do or how to handle it. God, please help us."

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World Water Day: More than 10 million flood-affected Pakistanis live without clean water

“Clean water is not a privilege, it is a basic human right. Yet every day millions of girls and boys in Pakistan are fighting a losing battle against preventable water-borne diseases and malnutrition

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Evangelicals, Mormons and Atheists are the three least popular American thought groups ahead of Muslims

According to a poll published by the Pew Research Center, Evangelicals are the group of believers least appreciated by Americans among those cited, far less than other Christians. An enmity which however remains largely in the minority, nearly half

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American hostage Jeffery Woodke, kidnapped in Niger in 2016, is free

American humanitarian Jeffery Woodke, kidnapped in October 2016 in Niger, arrived free Monday at Niamey airport, alongside French journalist Olivier Dubois, also released after nearly two years of captivity, noted a journalist from A

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After His Church Was Expelled by the Southern Baptist Convention, Rick Warren Explains Why He Ordained Women Pastors

A month ago, the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) excluded Saddleback Church, the megachurch founded by retired Rick Warren, from its ranks. In question, the appointment of several women to pastoral functions while the statutes of gold

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The Vatican closes its diplomatic delegation in Nicaragua

The Vatican's charge d'affaires in Nicaragua, Monsignor Marcel Mbaye Diouf, left the country on Friday, closing the diplomatic delegation, Vatican News reported on Saturday, amid tensions between Managua and the Holy See.

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Summary of news from March 23, 2023

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