Tag Archives: syria

Negotiating peace

The Geneva peace talks set to take place in bid to achieve political resolution in Syria, may have arisen at a    ... more

The new saints

Pope Francis has canonised two 19th century nuns who lived in Palestine, then controlled by the Ottoman Empire. Marie Alphonsine Ghattas    ... more

Across the sea

More than 5,800 migrants were rescued off the Libyan coast over the weekend, according to the Italian coastguard. In seventeen separate    ... more

The race begins

The Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has entered the race for the White House by launching her bid to    ... more

Reigniting peace talks

The US Secretary of State, John Kerry, has brought the ongoing situation in Syria back onto his agenda by stating the    ... more

Opportunity for reform

Greece has agreed to submit a preliminary list of economic reforms to its creditors for this morning which may form the    ... more

Vatican revolutionises into 2015

Pope Francis highlighted the challenges that the Vatican faces in the future, having experienced the internal workings of the Church in    ... more

Legacy left through actions

The strength and bravery of aid workers around the world is shown by individuals’ willingness to help in other parts of    ... more

Worldwide alliance for peace

David Cameron has made Britain’s RAF a member of the international coalition of aerial fleets that harbour the intention to liberate    ... more

Reform for religious education

In recent reports there has been news about a number of British citizens leaving the UK to join ISIS (Islamic State    ... more

Politics of humanity

The UK may soon participate in UNHCR’s global resettlement program and provide homes for thousands of Syrian refugees. David Cameron announced    ... more

Beautiful beaches such as Latakia and green landscapes are all part of Syria. Credit@ kais zakaria, Abd, hanan smart all via flickr

Unseen beauty

Syria a historically and culturally ancient place, shaped by thousands of years of trade and human migration. One of the larger states    ... more

Cameron pledges to be world leader in Syrian humanitarian aid

This week has seen Syria remain the focus of media attention, with Parliament blocking Cameron’s desire to use military action in    ... more

Trade, service and a desire for normality gives Zaatari refugee camp a sense of ‘home’

Refugee camps are notorious for their poverty, crime and deprivation, so it is refreshing to hear of attempts to establish a    ... more