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Award winning Christian actor Hill Harper has revealed that he has adopted a son – and that God told him to do it.   Harper is well known for playing Dr Sheldon Hawkes in TV series, CSI: ...

A Christian who advised Tony Blair during the Iraq War has told Premier it's not right that people call the former Prime Minister a war criminal. Major General Tim Cross, who now works with the Armed...

An anti-persecution charity has called on Myanmar's military government to accept the will of the people in the country's first free election for a quarter of a Polls have now closed in Myanmar's ele...

The landslide victory of the National League of Democracy could represent significant steps towards a new start for Myanmar, according to a Christian anti-perse Myanmar's opposition party, led by Aun...

A World Vision worker in Mexico City has told Premier of his horror when a major earthquake struck near the Mexican capital, killing hundreds of people. Victor Martinez from the Christian humanitaria...

Christian aid agencies have come together to ask the Brussels Conference on Syria to recommit support to Syrians as figures reveal a quarter of the country's po The aid agencies, including CAFOD, hav...

A Christian charity is responding to the mass displacement of 400,000 people in India left homeless by monsoon rains that have killed 12 people. Christian Aid has allocated more than £75,000 to prov...

Christian Aid has called for the government to take immediate action after a huge data leak revealed details about the off-shore tax affairs of some of the worl The leak of more than 11 million docum...

Christian Aid and another 13 charities are calling on the UK government to step up efforts to end the fighting in Yemen. An estimated 85,000 children have already died from extreme hunger and the cha...

A Christian charity says it welcomes the news that the outbreak of Ebola in West Africa has officially ended, after the World Health Organisation declared Liber Christian Aid's Country Manager in Sie...

Christian Aid has deplored what they call the 'needless loss of life' in Gaza over the weekend.  16 died and Palestinian health officials said more than 750 people were hit by live rounds, makin...

A Christian charity has condemned the 76 deaths found by a human rights investigation in Nicaragua. After large scale protests in the Central American country, a commission set out to find out if the...

Christian Aid is distributing vital aid in South Sudan as official humanitarian figures show 30,000 people in the country are experiencing a "catastrophic" lack The Integrated Food Security Phase Cla...

Christian Aid has expressed deep regret over cancellation of the COP25 UN climate summit in Chile. However, it said it stands in solidarity with Chile after its president cancelled the summit due to ...

The increased fighting in South Sudan has forced a Christian Aid partner in the area to stop giving aid, the charity has told Premier. Recent weeks have seen targeted attacks on civilians, rapes and ...

As flooding continues to take its toll on large areas of Asia, attention is turning to the longer-term needs of those affected. Forty million people across Bangladesh, India and Nepal have been affec...

Christian Aid has given £75,000 in emergency food rations to people in southern Honduras, who are experiencing a severe drought. The charity has said 1.2 million people are in urgent need of food ai...

It's looking to help people affected by Saturday's cyclone. Christian Aid is launching an urgent appeal for funds to help people affected by Saturday's cyclone in India. A hundred thousand pounds has...

Christian Aid has joined with partners in India to provide aid for more than 350,000 people displaced by a huge cyclone in the country. Winds of up to 125mph and heavy rain slammed into India's east ...

An international Christian charity has told Premier that it is important to remember all of those affected by the Iraq war as the Chilcot report is published on Sir John Chilcot's Inquiry has taken s...