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San Marino to hold plebiscite on September 26 to legalize abortion | SW NEWS | 348 Pro-lifers in San Marino have expressed concern over the government move to conduct a referendum in a bid to legaliz…More
San Marino to hold plebiscite on September 26 to legalize abortion | SW NEWS | 348
Pro-lifers in San Marino have expressed concern over the government move to conduct a referendum in a bid to legalize abortion in the tiny European country. US Supreme Court to hear Dobbs v. Jackson case on December 1 The US Supreme Court will hear arguments in the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization lawsuit on December 1. Syriac Catholic Synod reviews challenges facing Christians in Middle East The serious challenges facing Christians in the Middle East came under focus at the recently concluded Synod of the Syriac Catholic bishops. Christian NGO accuses Turkey of deploying Al Qaeda fighters in Nagorno- Karabakh A Christian non-profit organization has alleged that Turkey is sending Afghan fighters to the disputed territory of Nagorno-Karabakh. Indigenous Vietnamese congregation celebrates 75 th anniversary, sees surge in vocations A local Catholic religious congregation in Vietnam is experiencing a spring time in vocations. El Salvador President rules out abortion, same-sex marriage in constitutional reform El Salvador President Nayib Bukele has reassured the public that a package of constitutional revisions the government plans to bring to Congress soon would not include decriminalization of abortion, same-sex marriage legalization, or steps to allow euthanasia. Crucifix can remain in Italian public school classrooms, says court of appeal After years of legal battle, the Italian highest court of appeal has ruled that the crucifix can be displayed in public school classrooms, adding that its presence is not discriminatory in any way. South African archbishop slams rising poverty, syncretism A South African prelate has expressed concern over rising unemployment among youth, deeply entrenched racism and growing reliance on traditional cults. Archbishop Buti Tlhagale of Johannesburg said racism can be seen in the forms of economic inequality, with a minority living comfortably while the majority are left to suffer.