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Tensions between Israelis and Christians in the Holy Land: the call for peace from SOS Christians of the Orient
The organization SOS Chrétiens d'Orient launched this Tuesday, on
Since the second week of September, there have been allegations of abuse within ACER (Assembly of Christianity for Evangelization and Revival), a union of African evangelical churches which has 2 members in different cities in France.
A former director of an evangelical private school in Belfort was sentenced to six years in prison, including three years, for sexual assault on 13 minors, we learned on Friday from the prosecution.
Armenia continues to welcome tens of thousands of refugees fleeing Nagorno Karabakh on Wednesday, a week after a lightning offensive by Azerbaijan in this separatist region of the Caucasus.