UK: Court of Appeal to hear banned bus ads case

UK: Top judge defends saying children need stability

European Parliament Again Rejects Bill Declaring Abortion a Human Right

UK To Hold First Same-sex Weddings On March 29

A victory for European citizens: the Estrela Report defeated! | FAFCE

Mexico: Report finds ‘significant’ increase in attacks on Christians

NI Justice Minister to consult on weakening abortion law

Sudan Revokes Citizenship of Christian, Jails Him for Failing to Leave Country

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Putin dissolves state news agency, tightens grip on Russia media

Unofficial English Translation of Egypt’s New Draft Constitution Now Available

Zambia: Illegal Churches Face Deregistration

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Québec’s Secular Charter

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Peruvians launch ‘Real Couples’ campaign to counter pro-homosexual initiative

NI Justice Minister to consult on weakening abortion law

Petition launched against proposed Belgian euthanasia law

Noted Christian Convert in Egypt Arrested, Likely Tortured

Many flee in fear to C. African Republic airport

Abortion Advocates Intimidate Witnesses and Cover Up Contraception Scandal

Ireland: University shuts down Legion of Mary for purity initiative — deemed ‘homophobic’

Britain’s Court of Appeal Says Religious Discrimination Can Involve Failure To Accommodate Belief

White House Promotes Its International Human Rights Agenda

Russia: Alternatives to “extremism” charges to punish freedom of religion or belief

Armenia: Building places of worship “not appropriate”

First Australian Same-sex Weddings Start Early, Litigation Pending

CORRECTION: Israeli President Peres expresses support for marriage redefinition

Genocide warning as Christian-majority Central African Republic overrun by Islamists

Central African Republic: Christian Vigilantes Disembowel Pregnant Muslim and Kill 10 Children

UK: Court of Appeal Recognizes in Law Sunday as Christian Rest Day

Angola denies claims it ‘banned’ Islam

‘Britain could sue EU for overstepping powers’

Dozens of Christians Murdered in Nigeria in November

Obama Putting Squeeze On Temple Mount: Seeks Palestinian rule over Judaism’s most sacred site

Pope Francis Appeals for Release of Nuns Taken by Rebels in Syria

UK: “School gives go ahead to treat 6-year-old girl as a boy”

Icons Of Egypt’s 2011 Revolution Sent To Trial

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Billboard Campaign Highlights How Abortion Kills 1 in 4 Children in Canada

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UK: Judge rules that man in vegetative state should not be resuscitated if his condition deteriorates

“LGBT Activist Fined for Breaking ‘Gay Propaganda’ Law”

Russian court upholds ‘gay propaganda’ law as constitutional

UK: Reform to ‘insult’ law will come into force in February

Methodist Church launches consultation on redefinition of marriage

New Prostitution Law Passes French Lower House

Towns, Schools In Quebec Oppose Proposed Secular Charter

Egypt’s New Draft Constitution Heading Toward Referendum, Including Provisions On Religion

Nigeria: Trial For 500 Islamic Extremist Suspects

Israel to consider extending tax breaks to same-sex couples

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New Zealand: Couple Wins Suit, Doc Didn’t Suggest Aborting Baby With Spina Bifida

Belgium step closer to child euthanasia

Argentina: Violent Pro-Abortion Mob Attacks Pro-Life People Praying at Catholic Church

Egypt’s Interim President Receives Charter Draft

Jewish activists want to pray on Jerusalem’s Temple Mount, raising alarm in Muslim world

Police in India slow to investigate torture, killing of Christian boy | Christian Today (Morningstar News)

Australia: “High Court to hear same-sex marriage challenge”

For Obamacare, a Vexing Gallup Poll

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Pro-life doctors’ group protests push to bring RU-486 abortion drug to Canada

How Can a UN Committee Against Torture be Pushing Abortion on Ireland?

    LifeNews: UNCAT intends to issue a second Report into practices in Ireland but before doing so, it raised a number of questions to be answered by the Irish Government. Among them, it has queried “whether adequate services for carrying out abortions exist in (Ireland)”. It has also asked for “information on whether current legislation regarding termination of pregnancy upholds a woman’s rights to freedom from discrimination and to prevent other breaches of the convention.”

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Pakistani Christian, once sentenced to death for blasphemy, released from prison

A Month of Horror for Christians under Islam: September 2013

In Egypt Charter, New Rights, but No Great Change

300,000 defend marriage, children’s rights in Taiwan

In Nigeria and Abroad, Boko Haram Finally Gets Recognition It Deserves

European Court Hears Arguments In French Burqa Ban Challenge

Kazakhstan Creates New Initiatives To Combat Religious Extremism

Croatians Approve Constitutional Amendment Barring Same-Sex Marriage

Islamic Militants Attack Nigerian Air Force Base

Police in India Slow to Investigate Torture, Killing of Christian Boy | Morningstar News

    MorningStar News: The body of his small son, Anugrag Gemethi, nicknamed Anmol, was found in a pond on Nov. 18 after he failed to return home from a friend’s house the previous day. His face was mutilated beyond recognition, there were burn marks on his stomach, his toes were chopped off and one hand and arm were deeply slashed, Gemethi said . . . Attorney Tehmina Arora of Alliance Defending Freedom-India said the murder shows how elusive religious freedom is in India. “This is a tragic and brutal killing of a young child, seemingly to curb the free exercise of his and his parents’ religious beliefs,” she said. “In a nation where we have constitutionally guaranteed freedom of conscience and religion, no one should be targeted, let alone murdered, for their faith. This is a sad and painful reminder of how far we have to travel before these fundamental rights become a reality.”

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