Vatican makes progress on pushing drug availability for kids with HIV

An initiative to identify and properly treat children living with HIV has gained new momentum as international organizations and pharmaceutical companies respond to a Vatican push to look past profit to doing the right thing.

Church leaders in Sudan's Nuba Mountains say they support the people

Caught between a repressive government to the north and a civil war to the south, residents of the Nuba Mountains of Sudan face difficult choices as they ponder their future.

Hungry, scared South Sudanese stay in cathedral compound for protection

More than 30 million people need food assistance in Yemen, South Sudan, Nigeria and Somalia due to conflict and drought.

Iraqi Christian leader visiting Mosul sees little future for Christians

Iraqi officials raised the national flag over the eastern part of Mosul: As some residents of the city of Mosul celebrate their new freedom from the Islamic State group, an Iraqi Christian leader who visited the war-torn city said Christian residents are unlikely to return. "I don't see a future for Christians in Mosul," said Father Emanuel Youkhana, a priest, or archimandrite, of the Assyrian Church of the East.

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