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Thousands set to throng Austrian streets for the annual March for Life
Thousands regardless of age or sex are expected to participate in March for Life in Vienna, Austria on October 15.
Christian leaders in Pakistan have condemned the politicians for using their institutions as venues for political campaigns. In the latest incident,
a Christian college was used for political purposes - a rally was conducted at the Edwardes College in Peshawar on September 30.

October’s prayer intention: Pope seeks Church to be one of synodality

Pope Francis released his prayer intention for October: “A Church that is
open to everyone.” The Holy Father in his customary message at the start of every month said that the Church should be one of synodality, which means walking together, along the same road.

Three-year-old boy fatally shot in Chicago

Chicago witnessed yet another bloody weekend with as many as 34 people shot, including a 3-year-old boy fatally shot in a shooting that left a suspect dead.

Ukraine claims full control of Lyman, seeks to join NATO

Ukraine has seized Russia's eastern logistics hub Lyman as its troops continued a successful counteroffensive on Sunday, just days after Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the formal annexation of four Ukrainian regions.

Pope Francis meets Apple CEO Tim Cook in the Vatican
Pope Francis met with Apple CEO Timothy Donald Cook during a private
the audience at the Vatican on Monday.

Christian nurse sues UK clinic for forcing racist ideology
A Christian Nurse is suing the Portman Clinic in North London for forcing
students to learn a racist ideology.

Belgium’s euthanasia law under the lens of the European Court of Human
Rights
A European Court of Human Rights is set to rule on whether Belgium
wrongly allowed a woman to be euthanized by lethal injection on the
grounds of “untreatable depression.”

Peace prevails in Burkina Faso, ousted coup leader flees to Togo

After the unrest that erupted on September 30th, the capital of Burkina Faso has returned to quiet.

Sri Lankan President meets head of Catholic Bishops’ Conference

Sri Lankan President Ranil Wickremesinghe met Bishop Harold Anthony
Perera of Kurunegala to deliberate on the way forward to tackle the
burgeoning economic crisis faced by the country, at the Bishop's House on October 2.

Civilians’ plea goes unheard in Ethiopia as violence surges
The people in the East African country of Ethiopia are facing a humanitarian crisis daily. It is a never-ending saga of misery.

California to move ahead with various pro-choice legislations
In what seems like a piece of shocking news for pro-life supporters, the US
the state of California intends to be a safe sanctuary for those women seeking access to abortion.

US airstrike in Somalia kills top Al-Shabaab leader
The Somali government announced that a top Al-Shabaab terrorist was
killed in a combined airstrike in southern Somalia, on Monday.
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