The last remaining Byzantine church in Ankara, Turkey, is fighting to survive as the crowded city continues to spread.
A 26-year-old Australian mother expecting quintuplets was told that she had to sacrifice three of her babies in order to give two others a better chance at life. It was an impossible decision for any parent to contemplate, but Kim Tucci was set - she would not get an abortion.
Weapons experts are one in expressing alarm at North Korea's ambition after it tested a long-range rocket system over the weekend that drew worldwide scorn.
Although Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump won an impressive landslide victory in the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday, his critics, far from being impressed, have all the more become wary of what the future holds in store for America in case he eventually wins the White House this November.
In a close 5-4 vote, the American top court temporarily blocked the administration's Environmental Protection Agency's Clean Power Plan, just months before Obama steps down of the White House.
As Germany is struggling to cope with the refugee influx, a Catholic Church leader has said that the ongoing humanitarian crisis should "not solely be a matter of charity but also reason."
Two Sudanese pastors have been detained without charge since December, according to World Watch Monitor.
President Obama today said that he will mark Ash Wednesday and the beginning of Lent alongside his "fellow Christians" in prayer for those who are persecuted around the world.
Breakthrough plans to expand a mixed-gender prayer section along Jerusalem's historic Western Wall have faced another setback after leading archaeologists warned the suggestions would damage the site.
Christian properties have been seized in Baghdad by Iranian-backed militia, according to members of the Iraqi parliament.
Iraqi Christians have boycotted a conference organised the government to promote peaceful coexistence of religious communities.
Pope Francis has invited a group of divorced and remarried Catholics to discuss the controversial issue of whether such individuals should be allowed officially to receive Holy Communion at Mass.
More than double the number of civilians are living in beseiged towns in Syria than the UN has recorded, according to the aid organisation Siege Watch.
Sanders and Trump thrashed traditional US politicians in a display of anti-establishment power.
With clouds of incense and exquisite choral music, the first Roman Catholic service for more than 450 years was last night celebrated in the Chapel Royal at Hampton Court Palace.
A group of Christians working in the space agency is fighting a supposed directive from NASA attorneys to refrain from using the name "Jesus" in their club's announcements, which appeared in the Johnson Space Centre (JSC) newsletter.