Dale Gavlak

Dale Gavlak, a freelance journalist, has reported on the Middle East for the past 25 years.

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Iraqi cardinal hopes Biden will push Iraq's government to better protect Christians

Cardinal Sako appeals for Vatican support as he seeks to regain formal recognition in Iraq

Iraq's Catholic cardinal leaves Baghdad after president revokes decree recognizing church's authority

Pandemic heightens dangers to international religious freedom

Christians, others warn Turkey is 'weaponizing water' in northeast Syria

Explosion in Beirut adds suffering to Lebanon's dire situation

Christians, Muslims hope Mosul project helps rebuild trust

Church agencies in northern Iraq reach those who need help with COVID-19

Latest in a series of crises: Lebanon grapples with COVID-19

Archbishop: Iraqis have 'big anxiety' after drone kills Iranian general

Lebanese, protesting in streets, want a changing of the guard

They come at night: Syrians flee to Iraq as cease-fire set to expire

Caritas works to help Syrians displaced by Turkish bombings

Advocates to Trump: Don't desert Christians, Yazidis, Kurds in Syria

No loans, no aid: Just Palestinian refugees in an international business

Christians working with Syrians: U.S. withdrawal puts minorities at risk

Aid groups, bishop sound alarm over humanitarian crisis in Yemen

Chaldean leaders pleased that U.S. aid helps Iraqi religious minorities

Humanitarian crisis in Yemen worsens, Catholic aid agency says

Iraqi Christians see need for government free of sectarianism