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The Syrian conflict, now the largest humanitarian crisis since World War II, entered its fifth year last weekend. As it continues to escalate, the need for the international community to redouble its efforts to bring about a political solution could not be greater, according to Christian Aid, a relief and development agency of British and […] Read More

A British Baptist newspaper and a community weekly scooped major media in securing interviews with freed hostage Norman Kember. Kember, 74, has shunned film producers, playwrights and the national press vying for rights to tell the story. But he granted an exclusive interview for the March 30 issue of The Baptist Times, weekly newspaper of […] Read More

Great Britain’s Baptist newspaper is credited with winning a late-hour reprieve for a family of six threatened with deportation to Rwanda, where friends say the husband and father faced certain prison or death. Jean-Paul Habamenshi, 40, is a Christian Hutu who spoke about against genocide against Tutsis, twice leading to his imprisonment in Rwanda. He […] Read More

The racially motivated murder of a black teenager in Liverpool, England, proves the “cancer of racism” still exists in the United Kingdom, says a Baptist leader in Great Britain. Anthony Walker, 18, died after being attacked July 29 with an ax by a group of men in Liverpool. Described as a devout Christian and talented […] Read More