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More Than 2000 People Were Killed, Israel Gears Up To Send Aid To Quake-stricken Morocco

More than 2,000 people killed in Morocco's earthquake, Israel prepares to send search and rescue personnel and humanitarian aid

Court Ruling Seeking Proof Of Adultery Sparks Debate Among Christians In Uganda

The ruling emphasizes proof of adultery in order for courts to grant a divorce 

Kenyans Commemorate Life Of Slain Priest Whose Murder Remains A Mystery

Kaiser is remembered for having served among the poor while advocating for justice for the oppressed and respect for human rights.

Ugandan Pastor’s Conviction Highlights Problem The Rise In Ritual Sacrifice

After pleading guilty to murder, a Ugandan pastor was sentenced to life in prison for killing a 4-year-old kid in a ritual murder.

Eye Cancer Specialists Fly To Kenya For Global Confab

Israeli ophthalmologists organize international conference of ocular oncologists to promote equity in global eyecare

NGO Providing Relief To Nigeria’s Persecuted Christians

Emancipation Centre for Crisis Victims in Nigeria, a local nongovernmental organization, assists victims of the country's attacks.

BRICS Bank Eyes Cutting Dollar Reliance With Local Currency Loans

A deliberate attempt by the Shanghai-based New Development Bank to reduce dependency on the US is to offer loans.

Kenya’s Catholic Bishops Oppose Content Of Sex Education In Schools

Catholic Bishops of Kenya declared their opposition to the sex education in the nation's primary education curriculum.

Phaneroo Ministries Breaks Guinness World Record For Longest Applause

Thousands of worshipers flock to Phaneroo Ministries International, a well-known church in Uganda.

Worldcoin’s Iris Scanning Technology Raises Alarms In Kenya

The Kenyan government halted operations of Worldcoin due to concerns over data privacy and public safety

XP Inc Faces Allegations Of Internal Turmoil And Potential Collapse

Brazilian investment services company under scrutiny for unethical practices and broken system, says report

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Israel’s MASHAV: A Legacy Of Development In Africa

MASHAV, Israel's Agency for International Development Cooperation, continues to make a difference in Africa through capacity building and sustainable projects.

Lessons From Westgate: How Kenya’s Churches Transformed Security Post-Terror Attack

A Decade Later, Churches Reflect on Security Measures after the Westgate attack

Hezbollah Spokesperson Addresses University Of Cape Town Students Amid Controversy

UCT event featuring Ibrahim al-Mousawi raises concerns over campus extremism and safety of Jewish students.