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Terrorism

Nigeria: Is there a genocide against Christians?

In Africa's most populous country, an authentic ethnic cleansing is being perpetrated.

Denmark passes law banning Muslim face veil in public spaces

The “burqa ban” was passed by a 75-30 vote

Pope Francis praises slain French police officer who traded places with hostage

Lieutenant-Colonel Arnaud Beltrame was a practicing Catholic who had experienced a religious conversion and was preparing to receive the sacrament of marriage

The faith of Lieutenant-Colonel Beltrame, the French police officer who took place of hostage

The announcement of the death of Arnaud Beltrame, the lieutenant-colonel of the gendarmerie who, the day before, had voluntarily replaced the hostages held by a jihadist in a supermarket of the Aude, …

4 Dead in “ISIS-inspired” hostage-taking in France

The incident was linked to an attack on national police officers earlier in the morning.

Attack on Russian church leaves 5 dead. Who is to blame?

On Sunday, February 18, a terrorist attacked an Orthodox church with the cry of 'Allah Akbar,' killing five people and injuring four, before being shot dead.

“We are Copts. And we are ready for anything”

“We know that other attacks are likely to happen at any time."

A church honoring the 21 Egyptian Copts murdered by ISIS, dedicated in Egypt

Three years after the killing of 21 Egyptian Copts, the church was dedicated in presence of their families.

Christians in Nigeria suffer under the yoke of the “African Taliban”

The diocese of Maiduguri, in northeastern Nigeria, is threatened by Islamist hatred. Christians are abused because of their beliefs, but keep a strong faith.

3 American heroes in ‘The 15:17 to Paris’ say they were “guided by God”

The friends were on a tour of Europe when they foiled a terrorist attack.