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Pope St. John Paul II relic finds permanent home in Chinese...

Church also the site of massacre of Catholics during the Boxer Rebellion

Top Taiwan churchman doubts Vatican, China deal exists

Beijing is not sincere, the Holy See understands that now, priest says

Catholics attempting to save church win concessions from Chinese authorities

The confrontation in China’s Hebei province follows church closures in Jiangxi and Fujian in recent weeks

Police in Pakistan tear down Ahmadi mosque

Authorities have torn down a 70-year-old mosque belonging to Pakistan's minority Ahmadi community in eastern Punjab province, a spokesman for the sect...

US envoy attacks Chinese bid to choose new Dalai Lama

The role of picking a successor belongs to the Tibetan Buddhist system, the Dalai Lama, and other Tibetan leaders, Sam Brownback says

EU awards Sakharov Prize to jailed Uyghur activist

By awarding this prize, the European Parliament sends a strong message to the Chinese government to release Ilham Tohti

Muslim nations scared of opposing China over Uyghurs: US envoy

Some one million ethnic Uyghur Muslims have been detained in camps

The dragon in festive mood: A view from Xinjiang

Uyghurs have put their hopes in Beijing’s lies crumbling in the face of the truth

At the Vatican, Pompeo calls out authoritarian regimes

When the state rules absolutely, moral norms are crushed completely, Pompeo tells symposium

Korea’s Catholics remember martyrs with plays, prayers

This year marks the 180th anniversary of the Kihae Persecution in 1839, one of the harshest persecutions of the Joseon Dynasty

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