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According to a United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) report, more than three-quarters of pre-primary-age children are not enrolled in pre-primary education programs in lower-income nations.

(RNS) — The Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris was engulfed in flames on Monday (April 15). What is its history, its significance and how have cathedrals like it recovered from disaster?

(RNS) — A massive fire engulfed the 850-year-old Notre Dame Cathedral in the heart of Paris Monday evening (April 15), destroying the entire wooden frame.

Of the estimated 113 million food insecure persons in 2018 globally, 72 million lived in eight countries.

TARAZ, Kazakhstan (BP) -- A police raid on a Baptist worship service in Kazakhstan is the latest reported incident in a long string of religious liberty violations in the Central Asian country.

VENEZUELA (BP) -- Venezuela is in darkness in every possible way. Believers often feel helpless because, although they see -- and live -- the need, and have a great desire to help, they are enormously impeded by the electrical outages, their own critical situation and lack of resources.

BEIJING (BP) -- Beijing's Shouwang Church has become the fourth major underground church raided by authorities in China during the past seven months.

(RNS) — As engineers at Israeli nonprofit SpaceIL prepared for the launch of their lunar lander last year, one man's faith played a part in it's launch. quietly modeling for the broader aerospace industry how religion and science work together to reach the stars.

NAIROBI, Kenya (RNS) — When Cyclone Idai struck the Southeast Africa coast last week, it swept away everything in its path, including churches, schools and homes in the Mozambican port city of Beira and beyond.

Women are fully equal to men under the law in only six nations, according to a World Bank report published in late February. The U.S. was ranked 65 out of 187, receiving a score of 83.75 – the same rating as The Bahamas, Kenya and Malawi.