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A Christian woman in northern Iraq cries as she surveys the damage at her church, which was attacked by Islamic State fighters in 2016. (Hussein Malla/AP) // The Washington Post By Carol Morello for The Washington Post The number of Christian refugees admitted to the United States after fleeing persecution in their native countries has…

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By Scott Arbeiter & Stephen D’Esposito Even in the best of times, there are people in our communities who face desperate need. But in times of crisis like now, the desperation is deeper, and many who were able to survive just above homelessness, hunger or despair have now lost their narrow margin. Read More

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photo: Relevant Magazine By Jenny Yang for Relevant While many Americans are feeling fearful and vulnerable as COVID-19 continues to spread, one demographic finds themselves in a particularly frightening situation. Hate crimes against Asian Americans have spiked over the past month, and the FBI believes it will continue to rise in the coming months. I…

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Photo: In this March 22, 2020, file photo, a municipal worker sanitizes the street of Dakar’s popular Medina neighborhood after a bulldozer demolished informal shops in an effort to stop the spread of the coronavirus. Africa is bracing for a surge in coronavirus cases, but its countries are far behind in the global race for…

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The United Nations’ food chief is warning that while the world fights the coronavirus pandemic, it is also on the brink of a hunger pandemic.  The executive director of the World Food Program met with U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to discuss ways to avert the worst humanitarian crisis since the World War Two.  VOA’s Diplomatic Correspondent Cindy…

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