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NAIROBI, Kenya (RNS) A conflict is unfolding in Tana Delta, a remote region of eastern Kenya where two ethnic communities are trading in harmful rumors, misinformation, and hate speech.
ST. CHARLES, Missouri (RNS) The first time the public heard the name Renita Lamkin was probably the day she was shot.
VATICAN CITY (RNS) Pope Francis says Judas Iscariot was not the only sinner among the 12 apostles but he was the one who “closed himself to love.”
Basima al-Safar retouches a painting of Jesus outside her house overlooking the flat Nineveh plains, 30 miles north of Mosul.
The murals she paints tell the story of her people, Christians in Iraq. But with Islamic State militants nearby, she is worried that life in Alqosh and towns like it could soon come to an end.
CANTERBURY, England (RNS) A new survey finds 16 percent of the Church of England’s licensed ministers are unclear about God, and 2 percent think God is a human construct.
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