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The US and Malaysia can draw strength from their ethnic and religious diversity and hope from history to carve a brighter future for the next generation, President Barack Obama said...And most of all, to leave the next generation something better
03 Washington: Emphasising that America embraces people of "all faiths" and of "no faith", US President Barack Obama on Wednesday said that the country's religious diversity enriches its cultural fabric. "America embraces people of all faiths and
Progressive Socialist Party leader MP Walid Jumblatt calls for a probe into last week's attack against a historic library owned by a Greek Orthodox priest. Progressive Socialist Party leader MP Walid Jumblatt called Tuesday for preserving religious
Two years ago, President U Thein Sein and Daw Aung San Suu Kyi met for the first time. That meeting heralded the beginning of a new era for Myanmar, which has led to the release of hundreds of political prisoners; more freedom for civil society,
R.I. (AP) — Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafee unwrapped a Christmas conundrum when he erected a "holiday" tree in the Statehouse, incensing the Roman Catholic Church, many residents and even the tree farmer who donated the 17-foot-tall spruce.
One of the many signs of the rightward creep of Western European politics is the recent unison of voices denouncing multiculturalism. German Chancellor Angela Merkel led off last October by claiming that multiculturalism has failed and failed utterly.
Should comparative religious education be introduced into academic curricula for high school students? Or should students only be taught shared values, and be spared the worrisome details of theology? Adyan Foundation to celebrate the conclusion of
Tehmina is giving remarks after joining the workshop which is held at university of gujrat. Tehmina Kausar, is a student uog girl from class of Mass and tele Communication,telling her thoughts about the change in herself after
Animal charities lose in woman disinheritance appeal A woman has won a court battle for a share of her mother's £486,000 estate which she had left to animal charities. Heather Ilott, 50, of Great Munden, Hertfordshire, fell out with her mother Melita
Evans served as senior pastor of First Presbyterian Church in downtown Fresno for about nine years before he took his own life Feb. 25...In November 2009, he had taken a leave because of exhaustion and burnout, church officials say, and received help