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Nigerian violence rooted in politics, economics, bishop says
As if church bombings weren't bad enough, northern Nigeria is also suffering from oversimplification in Western media reports. Reports of Islamist terrorism directed at Christians in Nigeria very often lack context and depth, said Auxiliary Bishop Anselm Umoren of Abuja, Nigeria. For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.
Military involvement in Syria could spark world war, bishop warns
The bishop of Aleppo, Syria, has cautioned that foreign military action in the country could spark a global war, making the "tragic situation" much worse. "The only road to peace is dialogue," said Bishop Antoine Audo on Aug. 27. "War will not take us anywhere. People live in anguish, not knowing what awaits them, and this has been happening during the two years of conflict." For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.