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British Bishop Urges Restraint in Libya (Catholic News Service)
24 Mar 2011 – The head of Britain’s military diocese has urged restraint in the ongoing military action against Libya.  Read more...
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23 Mar 2011 – Africans who sought refuge in Libya before the recent turmoil are particularly vulnerable and need protection now, said Ellen Erickson, refugee sponsorship representative for the Diocese of Saskatoon.  Read more...
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23 Mar 2011 – On 15 March, CNEWA’s Michael La Civita participated in a panel discussion entitled “The Future of Christians in the Middle East” at La Salle University in Philadelphia. Hosted by the university’s Diplomat-in-Residence Program, the event brought together experts, government officials and other stakeholders from around the world.  Read more...
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22 Mar 2011 – Pope Benedict XVI made an urgent appeal to political and military leaders to protect the safety and security of civilians and guarantee the free flow of humanitarian aid inside Libya.  Read more...
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Support for Holy Land Christians (Catholic News Service)
22 Mar 2011 – Helping Christians in the Holy Land with concrete material and spiritual support is a fundamental part of bringing peace to the region, said Cardinal Leonardo Sandri, prefect of the Congregation for Eastern Churches.  Read more...
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18 Mar 2011 – Jordan needs to enact legal reforms that would allow Iraqi refugees to work and establish some kind of economic security, said the president of the Pontifical Council for Migrants and Travelers.  Read more...
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18 Mar 2011 – A Catholic bishop in Ethiopia said he thought interfaith tensions were worsening in western parts of the country.  Read more...
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18 Mar 2011 – An Iraqi archbishop spoke of “near-genocide conditions” for Christians in his country and said those fleeing violence were straining resources in other parts of the country.  Read more...


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