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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Throughout history, embroidered clothes from the church clergy have dazzled many. But there's a reason why they are ornate - the fabric tells the many stories from the Bible during a time when the congregation was largely illiterate
Romania's orthodox church imposes itself on Bucharest as it battles to retain influence across society.
Service with a snap: church uses crocodiles to attract new recruits
For many worshippers living in the remote regions of Russia's Tatarstan republic, the Zainsk church is a journey too far.
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The Galanopoulos family has started the business in the 1800s.
Muslims join together with Jews and Christians to celebrate Muslim Holy Month
Move by Merkel's sister party seen as divisive
It follows a protest by Christian leaders in Jerusalem who closed the Church of the Holy Sepulchre
Church leaders said in a statement the municipality's move to tax commercial assets owned by the church seemed like an "attempt to weaken the Christian presence in Jerusalem".
A Parisian church is making it easier for worshippers to donate during collections at Mass after the priest installed contactless bank card terminals.
At least nine die as police shoot dead two suicide gunmen with explosive vests before they enter packed church.