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Fire fighters tend to the Cathedral of Saint-Pierre-et-Saint-Paul in Nantes, western France, after a fire destroyed parts of the church including the great organ.
They climbed the Basilica of Saint Mary of the Altar of Heaven to renovate its wooden roof beams after rain and wind damage.
A church in Seoul on Sunday offered a "drive-in" worship service for the faithful amid the new coronavirus outbreak.
Two people were injured in a knife attack in a Moscow church on Sunday.
The Indie rock band "Mashrou' Leila" had their concert at the Byblos International Festival cancelled after pressure from the church.
A new explosion went off on Monday (April 22) in a van near a church in Sri Lanka where scores were killed the previous day
"It gives you a new hope in society, it gives you a new hope in people because it shows a lot of people have a good heart," one pastor said.
"You cannot destroy our faith. We can have church anywhere ... We'll have church in the very parking lot of the building you destroyed."
"It's sad that our society has stooped this low to do something like that," said the pastor of a historic African-American church.
Despite pushback from the UK and France, Germany's Social Democrat Party wishes to extend the halt on arms sales to Saudi Arabia.
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