French rogue trader Jérôme Kerviel is walking from Rome to Paris after meeting Pope Francis on 19 February in a lone march against the "tyranny of the market".
French Muslims are taking satirical paper Charlie Hebdo to court for blasphemy over a front page insulting the Koran.
A strike in the mining sector in South Africa, religious leaders support the anti-gay law in Nigeria and Kenyan Deputy President Ruto's ICC trial set to resume in The Hague dominate the front ...
Canada has cancelled a state visit by the Nigerian president Goodluck Jonathan citing its disapproval of Nigeria's decision to enact a Same Sex Marriage Prohibition law last week.
The increasing presence of radical Islamic groups supported by Jihadists fighting the Syrian regime is putting Syria’s ancient Assyrian Christian population under growing pressure.
There are a myriad of ways that people choose to worship Jesus Christ.
In Thailand, an advertising campaign is warning tourists not to buy souvenirs bearing the image of Buddha.
A controversial plan to build a Russian Orthodox church on the banks of the River Seine has been given the go-ahead, the Russian embassy in Paris announced on Christmas Day.
French mothers can wear Islamic headscarves when they accompany their children on school trips, France’s Council of State ruled on Monday.
Most all the Native American artefacts auctioned off on Monday in Paris are to be restored to the Hopi and San Carlos Apache tribes from which they came.