21.8 C
Brussels
Sunday, July 14, 2024

AUTHOR

Newsroom

770 POSTS
- Advertisement -
Author Template - Pulses PRO

The Romanian Church will canonize 16 new saints, three of whom...

0
The Holy Synod of the Romanian Patriarchate approved the proposals for the canonization of sixteen new saints, most of them confessors, martyrs and ascetics...
Author Template - Pulses PRO

For the first time in 40 years, the Olympics will not...

0
Not a single TV channel, streaming platform or cinema in Russia will show the competitions from the Summer Olympics in Paris, which begin on...
Author Template - Pulses PRO

The leader of the independence protests in New Caledonia arrested

0
Police in New Caledonia have arrested the leader of the country's independence protest, Reuters reports. Christian Thane was detained before giving a press conference....
Author Template - Pulses PRO

What did Kim Jong Un give Putin?

0
Among the gifts was a portrait of the Russian leader Vladimir Putin presented his friend Kim Jong Un with a new luxury limousine and other...
Author Template - Pulses PRO

Russia will hand over a river to China for access to...

0
Russia, China and North Korea will soon begin negotiations to allow Chinese ships to pass through the border Tumen River in the Sea of...
Author Template - Pulses PRO

Welcoming All Refugees and Protecting Their Rights on International Refugee Day

0
On this day of International Refugee Day, we express our solidarity with the individuals who have been compelled to leave their homes and love ones due to conflicts, violence and persecution. Among them are members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim community who endure discrimination, oppression and even threats to their lives in countries like Pakistan.
Author Template - Pulses PRO

A Russian journalist injured in Donbas lost his arm, and the...

0
On June 13, the NTV {НТВ} camera crew was fired upon in Russian-occupied Gorlovka, Donetsk region. The cameraman Valery Kozhin, who was wounded together...
Author Template - Pulses PRO

A cup of coffee keeps a memory for forty years (Turkish...

0
A world-renowned drink and an invaluable element of Turkish hospitality and friendship, Turkish coffee was inscribed in 2013 on the UNESCO list of Intangible...
- Advertisement -

Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew will attend the summit in Switzerland

Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew will attend the summit, which will be held in Switzerland on June 15 and 16 and will be dedicated to the...

Cries for freedom echo, throughout Pakistan Administered Kashmir as dissent and human rights violations continue to escalate

In the heart of this region a new wave of unrest has emerged, shedding light on the challenges faced by residents in their fight for rights. The streets have become a battleground as members of the Joint Action Committee clash with authorities, including police forces and commandos painting a picture of the situation.

Urgent Appeal: Religious Persecution of Orthodox Christians in Ethiopia

On April 30, 2024, a global coalition from the International Religious Freedom (IRF) Roundtable, comprising 70 concerned organizations and advocates, hand-delivered a multi-faith letter regarding the escalating persecution of Orthodox Christians in Ethiopia to Senator Cory Booker, Senator Tim Scott, Representative John James and Representative Sara Jacobs.

End EU ‘complicity’ in China organ abuse, say rights groups

In an open letter to the European Union’s (EU) High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security, human rights organisations have urged Josep Borrell to ‘protect EU citizens and institutions from complicity’ in China’s state-sanctioned practice of forced organ harvesting.

First deaconess ordination in Zimbabwe

In the parish "St. Nectarius" in Zimbabwe, the first deaconess ordination of the local Christian Angelica was performed by Metropolitan Seraphim of Zimbabwe.

Europol has broken up an international gang of thieves of valuable antiquarian books

Europol announced in The Hague that a gang of experienced thieves of valuable antiquarian books had been broken, DPA reported. Nine Georgians have been arrested...

Italy at war with overtourism: Milan bans the sale of ice cream and pizza after midnight

After Venice introduced a visitation fee and the Cinque Terre made the area's tourist routes one-way, now another Italian city is entering the battle...

The watch of the richest man who traveled on the Titanic sold

A gold pocket watch that belonged to the richest man who traveled on the Titanic is being sold at auction, DPA reported. It could...

France’s National Library has placed four books from the 19th century under “quarantine”

The National Library of France has placed four books from the 19th century "under quarantine", reported AFP. The reason is that their covers contain arsenic. The...

France, the new law to fight against “sectarian abuses” in the field of health, subject to the control of the Constitutional Council

On April 15th, over sixty members of the National Assembly and over sixty Senators referred the newly adopted law “to reinforce the fight against sectarian abuses” to the Constitutional Council for an a priori control of constitutionality pursuant to Article 61-2 of the Constitution.
- Advertisement -

Latest news

- Advertisement -