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Dale Gavlak - Catholic News ServiceMarch 11, 2020
Most of the coronavirus cases in Lebanon are being treated at the Rafik Hariri University Hospital in the Lebanese capital, Beirut.
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Dale Gavlak - Catholic News ServiceFebruary 19, 2020
Michelle Bachelet, the U.N. human rights chief, called on Syria and its allies to permit safe humanitarian corridors to be set up in the conflict areas.
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Dale Gavlak - Catholic News ServiceOctober 28, 2019
People in northeastern Syria say despite Erdogan's reassurances, the Turkish military and its allied Syrian armed groups are persecuting religious minorities.
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Dale Gavlak - Catholic News ServiceOctober 15, 2019
The Catholic aid agency Caritas Syria is working around the clock to aid those displaced by Turkish bombing and shelling.
Faith News
Dale Gavlak - Catholic News ServiceJuly 19, 2019
Military Council member Aram Hanna told Kurdistan 24 TV that he hopes a U.S.-led coalition would protect northeast Syria because Islamic State "sleeper cells still pose a threat."
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Dale Gavlak - Catholic News ServiceJuly 15, 2019
Chaldean Catholic Patriarch Cardinal Louis Sako is concerned by rising tensions between the United States and Iran, fearful that his country, Iraq, could be caught in the middle of any potential conflict. It has also made a proposed visit by Pope Francis to Iraq next year uncertain, he said.
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Dale Gavlak - Catholic News ServiceJune 21, 2019
Little did Rose realize that her dream of soon completing university studies and finding the love of her life on her 21st birthday would turn into an indescribable abyss.
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Dale Gavlak - Catholic News ServiceJanuary 09, 2019
The United Nations has described the Islamic State campaign against the Yazidis since 2014 as "genocide."
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Dale Gavlak - Catholic News ServiceDecember 20, 2018
Several Mideast-based Christians working on the Syria crisis have joined a growing chorus about U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to pull some 2,000 American troops from Syria.
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Dale Gavlak - Catholic News ServiceSeptember 18, 2018
Christians and other civilians inside Idlib, Syria, are fearful of an impending, all-out offensive by their government and its Russian and Iranian backers on the northwestern province, the last rebel stronghold and presumed endgame in Syria's more than seven-year-old war.