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AFRICA/SUDAN - Chemical weapons used in Darfur' "Investigations need to be carried out", says an expert to Fides

Khartoum - Between 200 and 250 people, mostly children, were killed in the course of several chemical attacks launched by the Sudanese armed forces in Sudan. This was denounced in a report by Amnesty International. "Using satellite imagery, more than 200 in-depth interviews with survivors and expert analysis of dozens ... Read More ...
Posted on: 10/05/16

AFRICA/NIGERIA - The Rector of the Major Seminary of Tansi released

Abuja - Fr. Emmanuel Dim, Rector of the Major Seminary of Tansi, who had been kidnapped on September 26 has been released. This was announced by the Chancellor of the Diocese of Awka, Fr. Francis Chidume, according to whom no ransom was paid."We thank God for the release of Fr. ... Read More ...
Posted on: 10/05/16

AMERICA/VENEZUELA - Mgr. Moronta concerned about the situation of prisons and the conflict in Tachira

Tachira - The Bishop of the diocese of San Cristobal, His Exc. Mgr. Mario del Valle Moronta Rodríguez, is concerned about the tension that has been going on for more than 20 days following the events that occurred in the prison in Tachira. On September 9, a group of prisoners ... Read More ...
Posted on: 10/05/16

ASIA/THAILAND - Zika, first babies born with microcephaly in Southeast Asiatnenen ste meme stnene sjne e

Bangkok - After the cases of zika in Brazil and in Africa, America and Europe, the alarm also grows in Southeast Asia. In particular in Thailand, where local authorities have recorded the the first Zika-linked microcephaly. This is the first case identified in Southeast Asia. The first outbreak of Zika, ... Read More ...
Posted on: 10/05/16

ASIA/INDIA - Balaknama: street children publish a newspaper

Delhi - Sexual abuse, child labor, street violence sums up life of street children in India. Delhi’s Balaknama newspaper - the "Voice of Children", which is run by the street children has been working to highlight the plight of fellow youngsters. However, young people engaged in this adventure also tell ... Read More ...
Posted on: 10/05/16

ASIA/PAKISTAN - Bishop Travas: "Communion and dialogue in South Punjab, infested by Islamic militants"

Multan - "The small Catholic community in the south of Punjab province lives communion and promotes dialogue in a society where the influence of Islamic militants and violent groups is felt": says Bishop Benny Travas to Agenzia Fides, who since August 2015 has been leading the community of the diocese ... Read More ...
Posted on: 10/05/16

AFRICA/EGYPT - Al Azhar will organize an international conference on peace with the participation of Eastern Churches

Cairo - The Islamic University of Al Azhar will organize in early 2017, in cooperation with the Muslim Council of Elders, an international Conference on peace, coexistence and interreligious dialogue, which will also include the active representatives of the Christian Churches of the East. The news was relaunched by the ... Read More ...
Posted on: 10/05/16

AFRICA/DR CONGO - The Electoral Commission announces the postponement of the presidential and legislative elections to 2018

Kinshasa - Presidential and legislative elections in November 2018. This is what was announced by the President of the Independent Electoral Commission , Corneille Naanga, to the participants in the national dialogue aimed at finding a solution to the political crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo . Naanga said ... Read More ...
Posted on: 10/05/16

AMERICA/COLOMBIA - "No" wins in the referendum on peace agreements

Bogota - Colombians have rejected the peace agreement between the Colombian government and FARC in a historic referendum that sought to put an end to 52 years of armed conflict.According to information gathered by Fides, with counting completed from 99.80% of polling stations, the "No" vote led compared to the ... Read More ...
Posted on: 10/05/16

AFRICA/SOMALIA - Restructuring of the Somali intelligence; Turkey announces the opening of its first base in the Country

Mogadishu - 1,500 officers and intelligence agents in Somalia have been dismissed, including the head-center of the capital, Mogadishu. This was decided by General Abdullahi Gafow, according to whom the dismissed staff was not able to carry out the tasks assigned to deal with the onset of the Shabaab. The ... Read More ...
Posted on: 10/05/16

ASIA/IRAQ - The Patriarchs of the Syro-Antiochene Churches ask for the "Syriac" ethnicity to be recognized and included in the Iraqi Constitution

Beirut - The two Primates of the Syro-Antiochene Churches - Syriac Orthodox Patriarch Ignatius Aphrem II and Syriac Catholic Patriarch Ignatius Youssif III - have signed and sent a letter to the highest representatives of the Iraqi institutions to recognize and include the "syriac" as an ethnicity to be included ... Read More ...
Posted on: 10/05/16

AMERICA/COLOMBIA - After the referendum, the Bishops encourage to promote a "culture of encounter"

Bogota - Following the results of the referendum on the peace Agreements held on October 2, with the victory of the "no" and with a very low turnout, the Colombian episcopate have invited political leaders and the entire population to overcome polarization and divisions. The statement of the Bishops' Conference ... Read More ...
Posted on: 10/05/16

AMERICA/UNITED STATES - Hundreds of foreign "slave" fishermen on vessels in Hawaii

Honolulu - A recent survey published by Associated Press found that hundreds of foreigners, undocumented and from Asia and the Pacific, have been confined to vessels for years without basic labor protections. With no legal standing on U.S. soil, the men are at the mercy of their American captains on ... Read More ...
Posted on: 10/05/16

ASIA/INDIA - A Christian politician killed in Tamil Nadu

Chennai - A Pentecostal Christian, engaged in politics, was murdered near a church in the south of Chennai in Tamil Nadu . As Fides learns, Dhanasekharan was 34 years old and attended a Pentecostal church in Devasabha. On the morning of October 2 he was in a prayer room when ... Read More ...
Posted on: 10/05/16

ASIA/SYRIA - The Franciscans: concrete steps to be taken to designate a "Safe Zone" in Aleppo under the control of UN peacekeepers

Aleppo - The international Community must take concrete steps "to designate Aleppo a Safe Zone", to be placed under the direct control "of UN Peacekeeping", using lessons and solutions acquired in previous conflicts, in order to ensure maximum cooperation, and the consequent success of such an initiative". On the day ... Read More ...
Posted on: 10/05/16

AFRICA/DR CONGO - The Congolese crisis threatens to set fire to the whole area of the Great Lakes

Kinshasa – Besides the political instability experienced in the Democratic Republic of Congo there is also instability in peripheral areas, such as in Central Kasai and especially North and the South Kivu. Large areas of North Kivu have been in the hands of various armed groups for decades, some of ... Read More ...
Posted on: 10/05/16

ASIA/IRAQ - Kurdish Peshmerga bombard the jihadist militias that occupy a Christian town in the Nineveh Plain

Mosul – On Monday, October 3, the Kurdish Peshmerga army attacked positions of the Islamic State in the city of Bartala, also known as Bartella, located 20 kilometers east of Mosul, in the Nineveh province. The city was inhabited mostly by Syrian Christians, forced to flee in the summer of ... Read More ...
Posted on: 10/05/16

ASIA/INDONESIA - More than two thousand young witnesses of the "joy of the gospel in a plural society"

Manado - The second Indonesian Youth Day, a national event organized by the Episcopal Conference, on the model of World Youth Day, began today October 4, in the diocese of Manado, eastern Indonesia . More than 2,600 young people from 37 dioceses of the archipelago have gathered until 6 October ... Read More ...
Posted on: 10/05/16

AMERICA/MEXICO - "Social peace and the security of many people are being put at risk" denounces Msg. Arizmendi

San Cristobal de las Casas - Last week, the Electoral Court of the State of Chiapas decreed the legitimacy of the role regarding two women elected mayors of Chenalhó and Oxchuc. Since the elections a year ago, the population itself had prevented them from settling in their office and had ... Read More ...
Posted on: 10/05/16

AFRICA/SOUTH SUDAN - Auxiliary Bishop of Juba: "There is no need to tell lies: people suffer. There is no peace without justice"

Juba - "There is no need to tell lies. They do not help us. This country is sinking. We need to get up and stand strong and say God help us to carve a new way, rather than denying the suffering of the people", said His Exc. Mgr. Santo Laku, ... Read More ...
Posted on: 10/05/16

 

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