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At least one dead in southern Spanish city machete attack
Spanish police are investigating a suspect who killed a church caretaker with a machete in the city of Algerciras.
At least one dead and several injured in Spain machete church attack
Spanish authorities are investigating what they have described as a possible "terrorist" incident after a man attacked several people with a machete in two churches in the southern port town of Algeciras.
Livin' on a prayer: Denmark turns to God to save public holiday
PM Mette Frederiksen wants to scrap a centuries-old holiday to boost NATO defence spending.
Church of England refuses to back change allowing same-sex marriage
Same-sex marriage has been legal in England and Wales since 2013
Bells ring out from church in Benedict XVI’s home town
Bells rang out in Marktl, Germany, the birth place of Benedict XVI, to mark the former pope’s funeral.
Benedict XVI's funeral: How the Vatican will bury the pope emeritus
The ceremony will be the first of its kind, as the Vatican has never had to bury a pope while another, reigning pope was still living.
'Noble and kind': Pope Francis pays tribute to late Benedict XVI
Remembrance services were held in Benedict XVI's native Germany to commemorate the life and service of the former Pope.
Benedict XVI: The first pope in over 600 years to resign
In February 2013, the then Pope Benedict XVI shocked the world. He became the first pontiff since 1415 to resign from the role, leading the world’s 1.2 billion Catholics.
Nativity scenes from around the world on display in St. Peter's Square
The war in Ukraine and climate change are among the themes of this year's exhibition
Men acquitted over toppling statue of priest suspected of child abuse
The incident was a symbolic moment in Poland's reckoning with clerical abuse.
Why did Norway's Queen Sonja visit this church in Minneapolis?
Queen Sonja of Norway made a special visit to celebrate the 100th year anniversary of the Norwegian Lutheran Memorial Church, also known as Mindekirken
Thousands of Catholics gather in Fatima shrine
Tens of thousands of Catholic faithful gathered in Fatima, Portugal for the traditional pilgrimage. But this year, their prayers and thoughts are also with the Portuguese Catholic church which has been in the spotlight due to cases of alleged sexual abuse but also possible cover-up maneuvers.
Court upholds ex-priest's 30-year sentence for abusing children
The man sexually assaulted seven boys at a boarding school between 2013 and 2016.
Hundreds of Russian history enthusiasts re-enacting the Battle of the Ice.
Hundreds of Russian history enthusiasts re-enacting the Battle of the Ice, in Samolva, Russia.
Small boy becomes star of pope's weekly audience
A small boy surprised audiences at the Pope's weekly audience.
Egypt church inferno kills 41, including 18 children
At least 41 people have died - including 18 children - and 14 others were injured after a fire ripped through a Coptic Church in Cairo during the Sunday morning service.
UK author Ken Follett donates €148,000 to restore French cathedral
The Welshman originally wanted to donate the funds to rebuild Notre-Dame in Paris, but was persuaded to help restore the Cathedral of St. Samson in Brittany.
How to experience Armenia’s ‘hidden track’ culture
This former Soviet country is underrated among summer destinations - with thousands of churches, secret monasteries, wine and brandy tours to explore.
Local branch of UK's biggest church is first to pledge climate action
From now on, those who undertake confirmation or baptism ceremonies at the large Church of England diocese will also have to commit to climate action.
Syrian refugee carves incredible model of Cologne Cathedral
Fadel Alkhudr arrived in Cologne in 2015, having fled the war in Syria. Four years later he began carving a model of the city's cathedral in his small basement.