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Patriarch Kirill excluded from EU sanctions after Hungary’s objection
The last-minute move from Budapest angered diplomats, with one calling it "hostage policy."
How Ukrainian soldiers and refugees celebrated Orthodox Easter?
Along the front lines amid the ongoing war with Russia, and in nearby countries where people have fled to, Ukrainians celebrated Orthodox Easter on Sunday
Ukrainians celebrate uneasy Easter as fear looms of Russian attacks
As the Eastern Orthodox faithful celebrate Easter on Sunday, the holiday is a sombre occasion in the country at war.
Orthodox Christians mark Good Friday with Jerusalem procession
Orthodox Christians poured onto the cobbled streets of Jerusalem's Old City to observe Good Friday, the day when Christians believe Jesus was crucified.
Prayers for 'mercy and peace' at Chisinau cathedral
On Sunday morning the pews in Chisinau Cathedral were filled, as the Patriarch of Chisinau and head of Moldova's orthodox church, Mitropolitul Vladimir, led prayers for peace in Ukraine.
Dozens of Serb nationalists hold pro-Russia rally in Montenegro
One of the large banners carried by those gathered read “Serbs in Montenegro, Russians in Ukraine”.
Russian Orthodox Church hold main midnight Christmas service
The majority of Orthodox believers celebrate Christmas on January 7, with midnight services especially popular.
Serbia's Orthodox Christians gather for January's Christmas traditions
Though Serbia's COVID-19 figures are at new highs, hundreds attended the traditional Christmas Eve Divine Liturgy in the St. Sava temple in Belgrade, Serbia.
Orthodox Christians observe Christmas amid virus concerns
The Serbian Patriarch prayed for medical workers fighting the virus and for those sick to recover quickly.
In Mostar, reconstruction of an Orthodox church is a sign of unity
The Orthodox cathedral of the Holy Trinity is still not ready for Christmas mass. But its story and the quest to bring it back is one of resilience.
Europe 'torn by nationalist egoism' on migration, says Pope
The pope's trip to the region has focused on the plight of asylum-seekers as some European nations harden their border control policies.
Pope to meet Cyprus' Orthodox leader to strengthen ties
Pope Francis plans to meet with the leader of Cyprus’ Greek Orthodox Church with the aim of further mending an ideological and political rift between the Catholic West and the Orthodox East that dates back nearly a millennium.
Greek Church urges faithful to get vaccinated as cases spike
Greece's daily number of confirmed new COVID-19 infections hit a record high for the second time in a few days.
Stolen church doors return to Cyprus Orthodox Church from Japan
The ornately-decorated wooden doors were stolen from a village church after the Turkish invasion in 1974, before resurfacing years later in an art college in Ishikawa.
Why it's not just religion inflaming Serbia-Montenegro tensions
The spark was the Serbian Orthodox Church (SOC) installing a new leader at a ceremony in Montenegro.
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Illegal Bosnia church is torn down after decades-long legal battle
The building was put up on land belonging to a Bosniac Muslim woman without her permission, and authorities spent years ignoring her request to remove it
Greek-Orthodox Patriarch performs 'washing of the feet' in Jerusalem
The Greek-Orthodox Patriarch of Jerusalem omn Thursday performed the traditional "washing of the feet" ceremony outside the Holy Sepulchre.
Montenegro's pro-Serb government vote to amend religion law
The vote comes after months Serbian church-led protests calling for the amendment - but protesters on the other side say the changes will push Montenegro back into Serbia's grip.
Thousands protest in Montenegro over religious law amendment
Demonstrators have accused the new government of being pro-Serb because of its plans to amend a religious property law that is strongly opposed by the Serbian Orthodox Church.
Thousands mourn Serbia's Patriarch after COVID-19 death
Serbia is currently facing the worst health crisis since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Watch: Greece's Tinos pilgrimage overshadowed by virus
The coronavirus pandemic has forced the suspension of many of the usual practices.
Beautiful or blasphemous? Art hailing COVID-19 workers divides Romania
"It is not only blasphemous but also an offence to the honourable profession of doctors, who do not think of themselves as saints, or improvised saviours and do not claim a public cult.”
Easter Mass: All churches in Moscow are closed to the public
Russian Patriarch Kirill celebrates the Orthodox Easter Mass at an empty Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Moscow amid the coronavirus pandemic. In Sofia, people attend the Easter mass despite the virus fears.
Orthodox Easter: churches largely empty amid coronavirus pandemic
More than 260 million Orthodox Christians are celebrating #Easter under exceptional conditions due to coronavirus restrictions.
Sacred rite for Orthodox Christians in Bethlehem marred by coronavirus
One of the most sacred Easter symbols of the Christian Orthodox faith - the Holy Fire - arrived in the West Bank city of Bethlehem on Saturday.
Orthodox Churches disagree on how to worship safely over Easter
Orthodox churches in Russia and Ukraine have sent mixed signals to congregations over whether or not they can attend Easter services this weekend.