New Zealand cancels mosque shooting memorial over virus fear
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.
People from all corners of the Dubrovnik region gather to honour Saint Blaise, the patron saint of the city for over a millennium, who according to legend, saved it from the attack of a Venetian fleet.
Crowds trekked for hours to reach the the Batu Caves complex before the final arduous climb up 272 steps to reach the temples.
Phil did not see his shadow on Sunday, which means that spring comes earlier this year.
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.
Millions of Hindu worshippers gathered in the town of Prayagraj in northern India to take a ritualistic dip in the Ganges River.
Millions of Hindus gather to take 'holy dip' in the Ganges
A massive crowd of mostly barefoot Filipino Catholics joined an annual procession of a centuries-old statue of Jesus Christ on Thursday.
The Serbian Orthodox Church says Montenegro's new law could strip the church of its property, including medieval monasteries and churches.
The Serbian Orthodox Church opposes the law which it argues is a mean for the government to strip it of its property.
Thousands of Mexicans have paid a visit to one of the world's largest baby Jesus figures to celebrate the birth of Christ.
It was the United Arab Emirates’ first President, the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, who declared to his young nation that “tolerance is a duty.”
During the World Tolerance Summit in the United Arab Emirates, the Imam of New Zealand’s Al Noor Mosque, Sheikh Gamal Fouda, spread the message that an “evil ideology will never triumph over love and unity.”
Tolerance holds different meanings for different people.
Macron spoke about the French concept of "laïcité" or secularism, at the inauguration of a European Centre for Judaism.
The issue is being debated in the wake of a shocking attack at a mosque in Bayonne, where two elderly worshippers were injured by gunshots.
Hindus across India celebrated Diwali by illuminating their homes with lights and candles and offering prayers.
Millions march in Iraq in annual Shiite pilgrimage and Peruvians parade their patron Lord of Miracles through Lima's streets.
Catholics brought their cats, dogs, turtles and birds, among other animals, to receive blessings.
Dozens of pet owners brought their dogs, cats, turtles and snakes to Malate Church in Manila on Sunday for the annual blessing of animals
Twice a year, Rabbi Shmuel Rabinovitch of the Western Wall oversees the collection of thousands of notes to ensure there's always room for more
Thousands of devotees gathered in Mumbai to bid farewell to the popular elephant-headed Hindu god Ganesh, after a ten-day festival to celebrate his birth.
Life goes on for regular Iranians despite the crush of international sanctions.
Hundreds of religious pilgrims walked through Old Havana to celebrate the Virgin of Charity, Cuba's patron saint.
Pope Francis, ending his visit to Mozambique, said a mass for some 60,000 people in Maputo's national stadium. Pope Francis wrapped up his visit to Mozambique on Friday by consoling HIV-infected mothers and children.