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July, 2015


Defamation trial of journalists over trafficking report opens in Thailand

July 15, 2015 ·  By Agence France-Presse for www.interaksyon.com

Workers exhume the remains of human trafficking victims from an abandoned mass grave in Thailand. (Reuters file)

InterAksyon.com The online news portal of TV5 BANGKOK, Thailand — Two journalists, including an Australian editor, went on trial in Thailand Tuesday over a report they published implicating the navy in human trafficking, as the United Nations urged the junta-ruled nation to drop the case. Alan Morison and his Thai colleague Chutima Sidasathian of the […]

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Pope Francis: prepared remarks to young people in Paraguay

July 14, 2015 ·  By Pope Francis / Speeches for n.radiovaticana.va

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(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis wrapped up his journey to Latin America on Sunday (June 12th) by meeting young people, his final engagement in Paraguay before boarding his plane back to Rome. In his prepared remarks to the gathered youth, the Pope warned the young people to beware of the false promises of the devil and […]

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Church of England could return to defrocking rogue priests after child abuse scandals

July 14, 2015 ·  By John Bingham, Religious affairs editor for www.telegraph.co.uk

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The Church of England is considering an about-turn to bring back the penalty of defrocking rogue priests The Church of England is considering an about-turn to bring back the penalty of defrocking rogue priests in response to a series of child abuse scandals. The Rt Rev Paul Butler, the Bishop of Durham, said the Church […]

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Teachers,professors students, loving the world and each other.

July 14, 2015 ·  By Pope Francis

2014 Pastoral Visit of Pope Francis to Korea

Closing Mass for Asian Youth Day

 August 17, 2014

 Haemi Castle, Seosan-si, Chungcheongnam-do

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Drawing on the encyclical, he began by reminding everyone that God does not only give us life, “he also gives us the earth, he gives us all of creation” and he gives us human beings “ a task, a mission” to “cultivate, protect and care for it.” Francis emphasized the urgency and importance of this […]

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LOVE AND LIFE , DON’T BE SEXUALLY EXPLOITED

July 14, 2015 ·  By Grace Hincapie for www.ignitumtoday.com

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Keep Your Emotions In Check Emotional chastity is not to prevent love, it’s to give you authentic love. Emotional chastity, like physical chastity, requires discipline. We all have sexual desires, but by living out the virtue of chastity, we don’t let those desires control us. Since we aren’t just bodies, but also hearts, minds, and […]

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The man who would not bribe

July 13, 2015 ·  By Fr. Shay Cullen

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The man who would not bribe OXFORD, ENGLAND: Here in England, I joined a discussion on the Magna Carta, a document that gave the people of England a bill of rights. The rich and powerful king was forced to sign it into law by the outcry of the people against injustice. What greater injustice can anyone endure than […]

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No sharia for Bangsamoro minorities, Philippine legal experts say

July 13, 2015 ·  By D'jay Lazaro, Manila Philippines www.ucanews.com

Muslim women attend Friday prayers in Tawi-Tawi province on Mindanao. (Photo by Vincent Go)

Religious freedom ‘will be respected’ in proposed Muslim autonomous region Muslim legal experts have assured Christians and other minorities that religious freedom will be respected in the proposed Bangsamoro region in the southern Philippines island of Mindanao. The establishment of the Bangsamoro, an autonomous Muslim region, is part of the peace deal signed by the […]

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Australian behind ‘Daisy’ sex videos charged

July 13, 2015 ·  By Ina Reformina, ABS-CBN News for www.abs-cbn.com

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MANILA (UPDATED) -An Australian national and his alleged cohorts behind the controversial “Destruction of Daisy” sex and physical abuse videos, with Filipina girls as victims, were slapped with various criminal offenses, among them murder and rape, before the Department of Justice (DOJ) on Friday. The National Bureau of Investigation Anti-Human Trafficking Division (NBI-AHTRAD) filed a […]

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Quebec human rights commission blames various parties in Lev Tahor case

July 10, 2015 ·  By The Windsorstar.com

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MONTREAL– Quebec’s human rights commission says various parties are to blame in the case of an ultra-orthodox Jewish sect accused of mistreating children. The commission released its findings today and stated that freedom of religion cannot be used as a pretext for abusing or neglecting kids. It is also blaming Quebec’s youth-protection agency, school officials, […]

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Rights groups urge U.S. to reconsider Malaysia human-trafficking rating | Reuters

July 10, 2015 ·  By www.firstpost.com

Earth is used to fill a mass grave with the remains of unidentified Rohingya people found at a traffickers camp in Wang Kelian last month, at a cemetery near Alor Setar, Malaysia, June 22, 2015. Twenty-one people out of the 106 unidentified bodies recovered from the traffickers camp were buried today in a mass grave, according to Malaysian police. REUTERS/Olivia Harris

WASHINGTON Human rights groups and some U.S. lawmakers urged the U.S. government on Thursday to reconsider plans to upgrade Malaysia from the lowest tier on its list of worst human trafficking hubs, citing a lack of evidence that Malaysia had made advances against trafficking. The comments come a day after Reuters revealed that the U.S. […]

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