Divorced and remarried Catholics are not ‘excommunicated,’ says Pope Francis

Pope Francis? said that divorced and remarried Catholics were still part of the Roman Catholic Church.

Pope Francis Apologizes to Indigenous America for “Grave Sins” Committed by Church

Pope Francis extended his deep official apologies on behalf of the Catholic church for what he described as the “sins” and “offenses” that were done to indigenous peoples across the Americas.

Most markets drop after Greek results, but China rises

Markets tumbled Monday after Greece's voters vehemently rejected conditions set by the country's international creditors, deepening doubts over its future in the 19-nation eurozone, but China rises.

Minister No More!

Yanis Varoufakis has resigned from his post as Greece’s minister of finance, the economics professor and SYRIZA member announced as he was made aware that he is unwelcomed by "some Eurogroup participants, and assorted ‘partners’" to be part of the meetings.

PM Tsipras Gets Clear Mandate as Greece Defies Eurogroup With A Landslide Win for...

Greece defies Eurogroup with an overwhelming NO, providing Prime minister Alexis Tsipras a clear mandate to reject the terms of the bailout.

EU Issues EFSF Statement to Add More Pressure on Greece Ahead of Referendum

The EU has issued the European Financial Stability Facility statement “reserving its rights to act upon Greece’s default” to add more pressure one day before Greeks vote in a referendum to accept or reject a bailout deal.

IMF report fully vindicates Greece

The International Monetary Fund has issued a preliminary draft debt sustainability analysis (DSA) of the Greek public debt which vindicates the country's request for restructure according to the spokesperson of the government.

Vatican signs treaty recognizing “State of Palestine” on 1967 borders

The Comprehensive Agreement includes an official recognition by the Holy See of Palestine as a State in accordance with international law and on the basis of the 1967 borders as well as reinforcing new and unprecedented provisions related to the special status of Palestine as the birthplace of Christianity and as the cradle of monolithic religions.

Ireland Heralds ‘A New Republic’ as Historic Marriage Equality Overwhelmingly Approved

Ireland made history as the first country in the world to legalise and enshrine marriage equality in its Constitution by an overwhelming popular vote in a national referendum.

France’s Hollande seeks climate change ‘alliance’ with Philippines

French President Francois Hollande called for a climate change “alliance” with the Philippines that could spur similar co-operation between rich and poor nations at a crucial UN summit.

Eurogroup approves revised list of Greek reforms

Agreement stresses intention to combat tax evasion and corruption and to address the humanitarian crisis.

Tsipras: Greece Needs Bridge Loan, Not Bailout – Full List of New Greek Govt...

Greece cannot service its huge debt and will seek a bridge loan rather than an extension of its bailout says Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras?. The following is the full list of the new Greek government policy.