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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.
French minister keen to disband Islamic NGOs after teacher's beheading
"We must stop being naive and face the truth: there is no accommodation possible with radical Islamism," said interior minister Gerald Darmanin, referring to the two NGOs.
Church of England's shame over damning child sex abuse report
A new independent report found the culture of the Church of England "facilitated it becoming a place where abusers could hide".
Turkey is converting another former Byzantine church into a mosque
As with the Hagia Sophia, the decision is seen as being geared to consolidate the conservative and religious support base of Erdogan's ruling party at a time when his popularity is under strain.
Netflix boycott calls over film deemed offensive to Muslims
The 2017 Egyptian film Sheikh Jackson was criticised for a scene which shows an imam being disturbed during his prayers in a mosque by a flash mob dancing to Michael Jackson's infamous Thriller choreography.
Hagia Sophia: Church body appeals for mosque decision to be reversed
The head of the World Council of Churches has appealed to the Turkish president to reversed the decision to turn the former Orthodox Christian cathedral from a museum into a mosque.
German church resurrects prayer with Easter service at drive-in cinema
This church in Germany used a creative way of overcoming coronavirus lockdown restrictions.
Unholy row exposes deep divisions in Montenegro
A dispute over church property is exposing deep divisions in the small Western Balkans country of Montenegro. While the conflict is rooted in history, it is also about Serbian identity.
France debates blasphemy after teen posts viral anti-Islam video
A 16-year old high school student posted an anti-Islam video on Instagram, sparking death threats and a national controversy on the right to blasphemy.
Rochester Cathedral turns medieval nave into mini-golf course
The "play and pray" initiative is aimed at attracting a younger audience.
Government restrictions on religion rising in Europe, Pew study finds
The Pew Research Centre highlighted that although religious restrictions remain higher in the Middle East-North Africa region, the biggest increases over the last decade have been in Europe and sub-Saharan Africa.
1,200-year-old Bible seized in Turkish anti-smuggling operation
Six people were arrested for attempting to sell the Biblical text.
The Brief: Space race, religious freedom, gas talks and rule of law
In this edition we look at what Europe's future policy is on space (including joining up with NASA to smash asteroids), a court ruling on religious holidays, Russia Ukraine gas talks and Hungary's Foreign Minister speaks about rule of law.
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The Brief from Brussels: Belgium niqab ban upheld
In this episode: Belgium’s ban on Islamic veils are ruled to be legal; the British Foreign Secretary dismisses talk of a Brexit bill, and Ukraine hosts an EU-Kiev…
Religious leaders in unity pledge after Brussels bombings
Religious leaders vow to unify all communities in the wake of the Brussels attacks, as Muslims fear reprisals for the March 22 suicide bombings.
Paedophilia cold case burns French clergy
A group of former scouts have broken the silence about the abuse they went through decades ago. They want the highest authorities of the French
Sweden's warm welcome for refugees starting to cool
Million, Snegh and Feven are happy children, together and feeling safe again
Strasbourg's Jews fearful, but staying put in France
The future of Jews in France became a big issue in Israel’s election campaign after the attack in January on a kosher grocery store in Paris
Battle for hearts and minds: Denmark's drive to deradicalise homegrown jihadists
Denmark has pioneered a programme to deradicalise citizens drawn to Islamic extremism involving schools, police, and social services.
Belgian Muslims fear Charlie Hebdo backlash
A mosque in Brussels, Belgium. And the imam calls worshippers to prayer. This is the Islamic and Cultural Centre of Belgium where local Muslims in
Pope set to focus on social issues in address to MEPs
Pope Francis will address the European Parliament on Tuesday, becoming the second-ever pontiff to do so. He is likely to touch upon a number of key
Femen lay bare their naked opposition to papal visit
Ukrainian feminist organisation FEMEN staged a protest on Monday against the forthcoming visit of Pope Francis to Strasbourg, France. The pontiff
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Don't confuse Islam with Islamism
The extreme violence of the jihadist Islamic State group has intensified the debate in Europe over radical Islam. The question in this edition of
Not a good time to be gay in Russia
On the outskirts of Moscow, Masha Gessen is preparing dinner for her friends and family. She is an openly gay Russian-American journalist, who has
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"Our daughters will not be mutilated"
It is known as female genital mutilation, a practice that is prevalent in many countries. There are laws against it, but that is not enough to