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German Government puts its money behind its words.

September 8, 2015 ·  By The Gurdian www.theguardian.com

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The German government will spend an extra €6bn (£4.4bn) to cope with this year’s record influx of refugees, the country’s ruling coalition has said. State and local governments will receive €3bn to help them house the 800,000 people expected to arrive in Germany this year, and central government plans to free up another €3bn to […]

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All Priests can forgive the sin of abortion- Pope Francis.

September 5, 2015 · 

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“One of the serious problems of our time is clearly the changed relationship with respect to life. A widespread and insensitive mentality has led to the loss of the proper personal and social sensitivity to welcome new life. The tragedy of abortion is experienced by some with a superficial awareness, as if not realizing the […]

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Alan Kurdi death: A Syrian Kurdish family forced to flee.

September 4, 2015 · 

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  The drowned boy who washed up on a Turkish beach on Wednesday, whose picture cut through the refugee debate in an instant, was three-year-old Alan Kurdi from Kobane in Syria.   Alan set out before dawn that morning in Turkey for the Greek island of Kos with his father Abdullah, mother Rehanna, and five-year-old […]

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God lives in us and what surrounds us.

August 29, 2015 · 

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Cardinal calls for change in attitude towards environment.   We need to change our lifestyles to save the planet . Cardinal Peter Turkson has renewed the call for radical changes in thinking and attitudes towards environment, ecology and creation. In a message delivered to the second international gathering for talks on climate change, organised by […]

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Bangladesh Catholics form a human chain against abuse of children and women

August 26, 2015 ·  By Sumon Corraya for www.asianews.it

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In the first seven months of 2015, 347 cases of sexual and physical abuse have been recorded. In 2014, they were 227; 183 in 2013; and 91 in 2012. For the secretary of the Episcopal Commission for Justice and Peace, “Children are the future of our nation. Instead they are becoming the victims.” Dhaka (AsiaNews) […]

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Pressure on Japan for stronger laws on child pornography.

August 21, 2015 · 

A booklet entitled, "Violence Against Children in Cyberspace", is pictured at an office of Keiji Goto, a police officer-turned lawyer in Tokyo August 10, 2012. "The average citizen is against child pornography, but I feel they don't act strongly on those beliefs. Whenever they face strong opposition, they tend to back down easily," says Goto, who in 2005 left the police force's cybercrime unit and became a lawyer, who now works with crime victims. Picture taken August 10, 2012. To match Feature JAPAN-PORNOGRAPHY/ REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao

  Police in Japan’s old historic capital of Kyoto nabbed three men this summer for buying child pornography DVDs online, they made history: for the first time, someone in the country faces the possibility of jail time for possessing such material. Japan is the only OECD nation that has not universally outlawed possession of child […]

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Solving the slum problem

August 19, 2015 ·  By Edita Abella Tan, Philippine Daily Inquirer for Philippine News

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IF A CITY’S wealth is to be judged by its skyline, then Metro Manila, Cebu and other major cities must be rapidly getting rich. New gleaming skyscrapers, billboards announcing soon-to-be-constructed high-rises and sprawling malls line up Edsa and other major urban avenues in the country. And yet, poverty has barely budged in recent years and […]

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Calls for justice after child abuse scandal shocks Pakistan.

August 15, 2015 · 

Villagers walk through the streets after the authorities announced a judicial inquiry into a massive child abuse scandal in Hussain Khanwala village, some 55 kms southwest of Lahore on August 9, 2015. A Pakistani province announced a judicial inquiry into a massive child abuse and extortion scandal involving hundreds of victims amid mounting calls for justice.  AFP PHOTO / Arif ALI

August 10, 2015 The chief minister of Pakistan’s Punjab province has ordered a judicial inquiry into the country’s biggest-ever child sex-abuse scandal as political leaders, rights activists and faith leaders called for swift action. Dozens and possibly hundreds of children were discovered to have been harassed, molested, raped and filmed by an organized gang over […]

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UN official criticizes Aquino over IPs

August 6, 2015 ·  By JEFRY M. TUPAS for www.manilatimes.net

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DAVAO CITY: The United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Human Rights of Internally Displaced Persons expressed concern over the plight of over 700 displaced indigenous people (IPs) from Davao del Norte and Bukidnon who were recently subjected to an attempted forced eviction from their temporary shelter. Dr. Chaloka Beyani said it was “striking” for him […]

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Sex trafficking: Lifelong struggle of exploited children

August 4, 2015 ·  By Ian Pannell, BBC News for www.bbc.com

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In the US, poverty, deprivation and exploitation draw thousands of its own children down into a dark underworld that offers few ways out. It is a world few Americans are aware of. But tens of thousands of American children are thought to be sexually exploited every year. It’s believed that every night hundreds are sold […]

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