Europe


Europe | Apr. 11 2018

‘Nones’ on the rise in Europe, study shows

ROME — A major analysis on the religious beliefs of those ages 16 to 29 across Europe has found that the proportion of those who report having... [READ MORE]

Asia | Apr. 11 2018

Charges dropped in Kazakhstan Bible case

SHYMKENT, Kazakhstan — A court in South Kazakhstan has declared that a Christian woman who showed another person how to download the Bible... [READ MORE]

Europe | Jan. 24 2018

Anglican priests turn to trade unions for support

LONDON — Increasing numbers of priests in the Church of England are turning to trade unions for support, citing the stresses of the job. Recalling... [READ MORE]

Europe | Jan. 24 2018

First female Bishop of London appointed

LONDON — On Dec. 18, 2017, Sarah Mullally was appointed the 133rd Bishop of London, the third most powerful job in the Anglican church. Mullally... [READ MORE]

Europe | Dec. 20 2017

Orthodox Church consecrates deaconesses

ALEXANDRIA, Greece — Patriarch Theodoros II, pope and patriarch of Alexandria and All Africa, and the Greek Orthodox Holy Synod of the Patriarchate... [READ MORE]

Asia | Dec. 13 2017

Restrictions on worship continue in Kazakhstan

EKIBASTUZ, Kazakhstan — Local police in Kazakhstan continue their crackdown on Christian church services. In October police raided the Sunday... [READ MORE]

Europe | Dec. 3 2017

Relations with US not priority for Russians

WASHINGTON — Only 29 percent of Russians say it is important for Russia and the U.S. to have good relations, according to a Nov. 10 Gallup... [READ MORE]

Europe | Nov. 28 2017

Pope open to discussion of married priests

VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis is open to discussion on the topic of married priests, according to published reports in several European media... [READ MORE]

Europe | Oct. 1 2017

US pastor faces new charges in Turkey

IZMIR, Turkey — Andrew Brunson, a Christian pastor from North Carolina imprisoned in Turkey on a false terrorism charge because of his Christian... [READ MORE]

Europe | Sep. 10 2017

Iceland Down syndrome babies aborted

REYKJAVIK, Iceland — Virtually 100 percent of babies diagnosed with Down syndrome in Iceland are aborted, according to an Aug. 14 CBS News... [READ MORE]

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