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Will the Supreme Court Protect ‘Ministers’ From Their Church?

The Supreme Court, now even more invisible than usual, may seem beside the point these days, although we saw from the batch of opinions handed down on Monday that the justices are still at work. The ... read more

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Pakistan court overturns murder conviction in death of reporter Daniel Pearl

One of Saeed’s lawyers, Khwaja Naveed, said he could go free unless the government chooses to challenge the court decision. Faiz Shah, prosecutor general for southern Sindh province, said the ... read more

Despite coronavirus risks, some Texas religious groups are worshipping in person — with the governor's blessing

But there are some religious groups who say it’s their right to remain open because they believe they provide an essential service to their communities. by Kiah Collier, Perla Trevizo and Vianna ... read more

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Meet the Pastors Holding In-Person Services During Coronavirus

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Pennsylvania evangelist announces he will hold a Woodstock-like Easter event as defiant pastors across the US risk arrest and fines to hold services for hundreds during COVID ...

Pastors across the US have dismissed government directives for social distancing and have held services, with parishioners still shoulder-to-shoulder in church pews. read more

Roy Moore says John Bel Edwards can't limit church attendance amid coronavirus

Alabama's fiery former chief justice declared Thursday that Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards has no right to limit crowd sizes at houses of worship during an outbreak of ... read more

Florida Pastor Closing Church After Arrest for Holding Services During Safer at Home Order

Pastor Rodney Howard-Browne made the announcement Wednesday, saying he was doing so to “protect ... the church called its ministry an essential service, just like police and firefighters, and said it ... read more

Indian Supreme Court denies government request for prior censorship of COVID-19 news

New Delhi, March 31, 2020 – The Indian government should stop trying to censor news coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Committee to Protect Journalists said ... “It is not the government or ... read more

Coronavirus updates in NYC and around the world: The latest developments on April 2

Malaysia’s Ministry for Women, Family and Community Development ... Homeless service workers are begging the city and state for gear to protect them against coronavirus, but are being armed with only ... read more

Pakistan court overturns conviction in death of Daniel Pearl

Faiz Shah, prosecutor general for southern Sindh province, said the government will appeal to the Supreme Court of Pakistan. The Committee to Protect Journalists issued ... with both sharing their ... read more



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