Police in Chechnya killed four Islamic militants Saturday when the group raided a Russian Orthodox church with guns, axes and Molotov cocktails.
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All of Chile's bishops offered to resign over their church's sex abuse scandal in a historic move that garnered praise from sex abuse victims.
A West Virginia school has come under fire for instructing junior high students to write the Islamic profession of faith ostensibly to practice calligraphy.
A Dutch politician has begun his appeal against his 2016 conviction for inciting discrimination against Muslims, refusing to apologize for seeking to legally limit Islamic influence.
Federal authorities charged a 26-year-old Florida man Tuesday for allegedly leaving voicemails with a local mosque in which he threatened to bomb them.
The bodies of the 20 Coptic Christian martyrs, who ISIS beheaded three years ago, have finally returned home to Egypt where they will rest in honor.
Indonesian police gunned down four Islamic State swordsman Wednesday who killed one officer in the latest incident in a series of recent Islamic militant attacks.
Hamas leaders rejected much needed medical supplies from Israel, saying they would not accept help from their "murderers" or help them look benevolent.
Family Research Council President Appointed As Commissioner Of U.S. Commission On International Religious Freedom
Tony Perkins was appointed as the new commissioner for the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced Tuesday.
The president of Turkey claimed that Hamas is not a terrorist organization in a Tuesday tweet directed at Israel's prime minister, calling Hamas's enemies "oppressors."
Pope Francis mentioned on Tuesday he had thought about when he should "take leave" of his flock, given Paul's decision to leave Ephesus.
A group of armed men kidnapped and beheaded a 5-year-old albino girl Sunday morning in Mali in an alleged ritual murder to harvest magic parts.
Pope Francis prayed Sunday for Indonesian Christians after a string of deadly family-led suicide bombings killed 11 worshipers in three Indonesian churches.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney decried Trump evangelical adviser Dr. Robert Jeffress as a "religious bigot," saying he should not give opening prayers for the U.S. Jerusalem embassy on Monday.
Kenya's Catholic bishops confronted the growing issue of polygamy among Christians in the country, saying that God forbids the practice even if it is legal.
Taiwan's bishops arrived in Rome for their first meeting with Pope Francis and other Vatican officials in a decade amid ongoing Vatican negotiations with China.
A package bomb exploded at a church in Beaumont, Texas, on Thursday, two weeks after police found another package bomb in the same town.
Students accused an Oregon school district of discriminating against LGBT students by forcing them to read the Bible as a form of punishment.
Poland's president decried an act that President Donald Trump signed recently that could help Holocaust survivors and heirs reclaim European property stolen during World War II.