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(Reuters) - The work of U.S. and Canadian missionaries kidnapped in Haiti over the weekend included helping rebuild homes following an August earthquake on the island, according to their Ohio-based organization that has aid projects all over the world.
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KUALA LUMPUR: After more than a decade, the High Court has ruled that Christians in the country are allowed to use the word “Allah” and three other words of Arabic origin in their religious publication for educational purposes.
(Reuters) - England rugby international Billy Vunipola says he refused to kneel in support of the Black Lives Matter movement when the Premiership resumed last week as some elements of the anti-racism protests did not align with his religious beliefs.
KUALA LUMPUR: Pastor Joshua Hilmy was sent emails warning him about his conduct before he disappeared in November 2016.
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The Hong Kong protesters formed a line, patiently waiting their turn to buy sweet milk and tea drinks from a store that advertised ardent support for their cause with a banner declaring, "If you set off a nuclear blast, we'll stick by you."
MARSH HARBOUR/NASSAU, Bahamas (Reuters) - Days after fleeing their crumbling home and breaking into a vacant apartment to take shelter while Hurricane Dorian rampaged over the Bahamas' Great Abaco Island, Samuel Cornish and his family caught a rescue flight to Nassau.
BEIJING: Chinese officials are sticking to their plan to visit Washington in September for face-to-face trade meetings, people familiar with the matter said, signaling that talks remain on track for now despite an abrupt escalation in tariff threats this month.
BATTICALOA (Reuters) - A dozen rifle-toting soldiers guarded a small community hall as day broke in the eastern Sri Lankan town of Batticaloa on Sunday morning.