Witchcraft allegations are forcing so many women to flee their villages in Papua New Guinea that one local government worker says it is creating a refugee problem.
Tourists have descended on the iciest city in China where one of the world's largest ice and snow festivals has begun.
A Catholic bishop of Alotau, Papua New Guinea, has launched an appeal during a severe food shortage following a cyclone engulfing the Catholic diocese.
This Christmas, enjoy some real face time. Switch your phones off! A Christmas message from CatholicVote.org.
Most of us have a perfect Christmas in mind. Often it is the creation of Hallmark, Currier & Ives, and various marketers. But none of us will have a perfect Christmas, just a real one.
In the aftermath of the hostage crisis in downtown Sydney, Australians are showing the world they're not caving to racism or Islamophobia. On Monday, an armed gunman stormed a cafe in Martin Place, entering a tense standoff with police. After the hostage-taker displayed an Islamic flag in the cafe's window, many of Australia's Muslims are understandably anxious about facing retribution.
Some highlights from the 2014 Lights of Christmas, presented by PAYCE, St Mary's Cathedral in Sydney.
About six million people visit the Vatican museums every year. For those who can't make the trip, now there's a 3D experience where viewers can see it all up close and personal.
Christmas season is now officially in St. Peter's Square with the installment of this 82 foot Christmas tree. The tree is from the Italian region of Calabria and is approximately 70 years old.
Arab Christians in Israel hope for unity among Jews, Muslims and Christians as they light a Christmas tree in the port city of Jaffa.
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