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Camp Pearl helps kids impacted by Chernobyl

Belarus (MNN) — Have you watched HBO’s series on Chernobyl? The new show has people talking about the disaster from 33 years ago. But today, many communities in Ukraine and southern Belarus still face complications from the nuclear power plant accident. Camp Pearl Slavic Gospel Association’s Eric Mock says kids …

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Ebola: Owning the crisis.

Congo-Kinshasa (MNN) – A quick check of the headlines on the Democratic Republic of the Congo reveals a common theme in the news: Ebola. (Map courtesy of Wikimedia Commons) Few other words strike fear as quickly as that one. A couple of weeks ago, government figures revealed the number of …

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Where is persecution in mainstream media?

International (MNN) — Ever wonder why you don’t hear about religious persecution very often in mainstream news? According to Pierre Houssney of Horizons International, it’s related to compassion fatigue amidst a flood of overlapping crisis narratives. Horizons is particularly concerned with refugees, who suffer from these problems more than most. …

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Nigeria: can reconciliation happen?

Nigeria (MNN) — Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you. In Nigeria, these words speak into painful situations of loss. The country is ranked as the 12th* most dangerous country to live in as a Christian. Nigerian Christians face frequent attacks from extremists groups like the Fulani …

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Religious freedom issues precede Pompeo visit to India

India (MNN) — Indian officials reject recent accusations issued by the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF). In its annual report, the USCIRF accuses India of persecuting religious minorities and trying to force Hinduism as a national identity. Dr. David Curry leads Open Doors USA, a religious freedom watchdog …

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