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‘Endangered with extinction’: Christians remain at risk of 'eradication' in Iraq

Christians in Iraqi territory once held by the Islamic State still face the possibility of extinction as the Christian population there continues to dwindle following the military defeat of the jihadi death cult and the rise of Iran-backed militias in the area. Aid to the Church in Need, an international humanitarian aid organization that has spent over $53 million to help Christians in Iraq in the last five years, published a lengthy report this week based on a series of surveys of Christians still living in the Nineveh Plains of Iraq.

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Recognizing religious freedom or denying healthcare? 5 reactions to Little Sisters Supreme Court ruling

Here are five reactions to the United States Supreme Court decision in the latest Little Sisters case over religious liberty and contraceptive coverage. They include pro-life and pro-choice activists, as well as those involved in the litigation.

ICC urged to investigate Chinese leaders for genocide, abuses

For the first time, evidence has been submitted to the International Criminal Court asking for an investigation into claims of genocide and crimes against humanity committed by senior Chinese leaders including President Xi Jinping for the mistreatment of Uighur Muslims and other Turkic people in Western China. 

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