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By Melanie Boukorras

Germany: Christian taxi driver fined for displaying verse on his vehicle

In October 2023 a German taxi driver was fined for displaying a Bible verse on his vehicle.

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Conflict in eastern DRC: emergency appeal in the face of a “humanitarian catastrophe”

Warning of a "humanitarian catastrophe", UN agencies are launching an emergency appeal on Friday for the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo, in the grip of a rebellion which, according to local sources, has made the day before least 3 dead.

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By The Editorial Board

“Barbarians at our gates”: American evangelicals see Trump as their protector

A former casino owner, married three times and faced with multiple allegations of sexual misconduct over the years, Donald Trump is an unlikely role model for evangelical Christians in the United States.

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The two French humanitarian workers from Swiss Protestant Entraide killed in Ukraine in a “deliberate attack”

The two French humanitarian workers killed in early February in southeastern Ukraine were victims of a “deliberate attack” carried out by drones, the Swiss NGO for which they worked said on Tuesday.

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By Melanie Boukorras

Victory for Christians in Indonesia: Government will no longer use the term "Isa Al-Masih" to refer to Jesus Christ

Since January 29, a decree signed by the Indonesian president stipulates that public institutions must use the term Yesus Kristus (Jesus Christ in Bahasa, the country's national language) and no longer Isa Al-Masih (Islamic name).

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By Melanie Boukorras

In Sake in the DRC, more than 95% of the population displaced by the violence: “Lord, we come to you, implore your peace”

Last week, two bombs fell near the Divine Mercy Parish and the displaced persons camp in the town of Sake in North Kivu, Democratic Republic of Congo.

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By The Editorial Board

Lula creates controversy by evoking a "genocide" in Gaza, arousing the anger of Israel and Brazilian evangelicals

The diplomatic crisis caused by the Brazilian president's statements comparing the war in Gaza to the Holocaust escalated on Monday. A statement which also provoked strong reactions among evangelicals in the country, mainly pro-Israel.

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By The Editorial Board

Risk of 'explosion' in number of child deaths in Gaza, UN agencies say

An alarming lack of food, rampant malnutrition and the rapid spread of disease could lead to an "explosion" in the number of child deaths in the Gaza Strip, the United Nations warned on Monday.

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By Camille Perrier

"Pray for us! Help us get more Bibles!" : the message of the Ukrainian Bible Society

As the war in Ukraine continues, the Ukrainian Bible Society recently issued a message asking Christians to pray for the country. “We really need your support,” the organization writes in this missive.

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By Camille Perrier

Death of Alexeï Navalny, main opponent of Vladimir Putin, who claimed his Christian faith

The penitentiary services (FSIN) announced that the Russian opponent and number 1 adversary of the Kremlin, Alexeï Navalny, died Friday in the Arctic prison where he was serving a 19-year prison sentence.

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February 23, 2024 News Summary

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