By Stefan J. Bos, Chief International Correspondent BosNewsLife FRANCE, PARIS (BosNewsLife)-- An administrative court in France has overturned a government ban on meetings in churches...
Listen to this BosNewsLife report via Vatican News: By Stefan J. Bos, Chief International Correspondent BosNewsLife PARIS, FRANCE (BosNewsLife)-- The Notre Dame Cathedral, one of the...
By BosNewsLife News Center BERLIN/BUDAPEST (BosNewsLife)-- Christians fleeing war and persecution face violence and death threats because of their faith in several refugee camps across Europe, BosNewsLife established.
By Martin Roth, BosNewsLife Senior Columnist MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA (BosNewsLife Columns)-- The recent murder of a Catholic priest at his church in northern France, by two young men claiming allegiance to Islamic State, brings starkly to Europe a morbid taste of the horrors that have terrorized the church in parts of the Middle East for the past several years.
By BosNewsLife News Center with BosNewsLife's Stefan J. Bos PARIS/BUDAPEST (BosNewsLife)-- With more than a hundred people killed in France's worst terror attacks since World War Two, thousands of Christian refugees from Syria and Iraq face an uncertain future, rights activists say. Aid workers have expressed concern about a developing humanitarian crisis after most nations along Europe's refugee corridor abruptly shut their borders this month to those not coming from war-torn countries such as Syria, Afghanistan or Iraq.
WATCH LIVE COVERAGE HERE: http://news.yahoo.com/video/live-video-associated-press-191800766.html By BosNewsLife News Center PARIS, FRANCE (BosNewsLife)-- Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was among leaders participating in Sunday's march to honor 17 victims of terrorism, which began with a massacre at a satirical weekly and continued with attacks on a Kosher supermarket, after he urged Jewish people to relocate.
By BosNewsLife News Center PARIS, FRANCE (BosNewsLife)-- Three suspected Islamic militants have been killed and another was being sought Friday, January 9, after French security forces ended separate hostage standoffs around Paris where a three-day terror campaign began with a massacre at the headquarters of satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo.
By BosNewsLife News Center BRUSSELS/PARIS/BUDAPEST (BosNewsLife)-- Over 200 Brussels-based journalists and supporters observed a minute of silence at the International Press Centre for those killed in the Charlie Hebdo paper shooting in Paris. At 11.00 am local time they remembered the dozen victims, most of them journalists who had dare to question Islamist extremism with controversial Propher Mohammed cartoons and texts.
By Stefan J. Bos, Chief International Correspondent BosNewsLife PARIS, FRANCE (BosNewsLife)-- Shouting "Allahu akbar" ("Allah is greatest") Islamist gunmen silenced those who dared to disagree, killing at least 12 people in an attack on the Paris headquarters of satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo.
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