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French far-right leader Le Pen softens image for election

PARIS ((DailyNews)) — French nationalist leader Marine Le Pen has softened her rhetoric and her image to broaden her appeal in next week’s presidential...

Across US, faith groups mobilize to aid Ukrainian refugees

LOS ANGELES ((DailyNews)) — As U.S. refugee resettlement agencies and nonprofits nationwide gear up to help Ukrainians fleeing the Russian invasion and war that...

Pakistan in political turmoil as leader dissolves parliament

ISLAMABAD ((DailyNews)) — Pakistan’s prime minister threw the country into political limbo on Sunday, accusing the United States of attempting to oust him and...

Pope prays for end to ‘sacrilegious’ war, refugee welcome

VALLETTA, Malta ((DailyNews)) — Pope Francis prayed Sunday for an end to the “sacrilegious” war in Ukraine and for the world to show compassion...

Indian scholars, activists criticize school hijab ban ruling

NEW DELHI ((DailyNews)) — A recent court ruling upholding a ban on Muslim students wearing head coverings in schools has sparked criticism from constitutional...

Pope blasts Russia’s ‘infantile’ war, EU-Libya deal in Malta

VALLETTA, Malta ((DailyNews)) — Pope Francis said Saturday he was considering a possible visit to the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv and blasted the leader...

Missouri regulates boarding schools after abuse allegations

Maggie Drew’s dad sent her to Circle of Hope Girls’ Ranch in Missouri in 2007, hoping strict Christian teachings would stop his 14-year-old daughter’s...

Ramadan kicks off in much of Middle East amid soaring prices

CAIRO ((DailyNews)) — The Muslim holy month of Ramadan — when the faithful fast from dawn to dusk — began at sunrise Saturday in...

Pope makes historic Indigenous apology for Canada abuses

VATICAN CITY ((DailyNews)) — Pope Francis on Friday made a historic apology to Indigenous peoples for the “deplorable” abuses they suffered in Canada’s Catholic-run...

UN says Yemen’s warring parties agree to 2-month truce

UNITED NATIONS ((DailyNews)) — Yemen’s warring sides have accepted a two-month truce, starting with the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, the U.N. envoy to...

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