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U.S. Ambassador-at-large for International Religious Freedom Sam Brownback said he believes the North Carolina pastor, Rev. Andrew Brunson will be released from Turkey. 


Users can launch the skill on Alexa by saying "Alexa, open the Church of England."


Irish voters will decide Friday whether to repeal the nation's pro-life amendment to its constitution. And experts say the race has tightened considerably.


In his first major foreign policy address as America's top diplomat, US secretary of state Mike Pompeo is laying an "unprecedented" pressure campaign against the Iranian government to curb its nuclear ambitions.


Irish voters will decide this week whether to repeal the Eighth amendment to their constitution, which protects the right to life of both a mother and her unborn child. If it falls, as polling suggests it might, some fear it could open the way to abortion on demand


A Cuban-operated airliner with at least 110 people on board crashed into a cassava field just after takeoff from Havana's international airport on Friday. There appeared to be mass casualties as Cuban officials said three people had survived, but had yet to give an official toll.


All bishops of Chile's Roman Catholic Church said Friday they would resign enmass over the concealment of sex abuse crimes in the south American country. It's unclear how Pope Francis will respond to the unprecedented action, but according to Bishop Fernando Ramos, the bishops will remain on the job until the pope decides what to do.


To many observers, North Korea's threat to cancel the upcoming historic summit between Kim Jong Un and president Donald Trump is another reminder of how untrustworthy the communist regime is.


A group of academics and journalists in the United Kingdom have connected an 11th century Muslim princess to today's British royal family.


Twitter has announced new measures to crack down on "trolls" on the social media platform.