The women were charged with criminal terrorist association linked to the discovery of the car filled with gas cylinders Three women accused of being part of an ISIS cell that was planning imminent attacks in France will remain in custody after a judge confirmed preliminary charges of terrorism, Paris prosecutors said on Tuesday. The three women
Officials have said the car’s owner and another person were taken into custody Two people were in custody Wednesday after a car parked near Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris was found with seven gas canisters inside, and its licence plates removed. An employee of a nearby bar discovered the car on Sunday morning along the
On thursday 19th of November, the five recognized and known religions of Thailand came together to unite in a march of Peace and condolence for the people Paris. These religions include Christians, Muslims, Buddhist, Hindu and Sikh communities; each offered prayers from their own faith tradition and signed a book of condolences. The Catholic Church was greatly
The Catholic world leaders in a meeting condemned the terrorist attack on Paris which have claimed over 129 lives and left many injured. In the Meeting, the leaders made reference not only the Paris Attacks but the bombing blast attacks on Beirut too which left at least 46 people dead and more than 200 people injured.
Pope Francis during his address in St Peter’s Square on Sunday after his Angelus recitation told the faithfuls of the importance of turning away from all activities of fortune-telling and horoscopes, he emphasized that Jesus alone holds the future and Jesus is the one worth turning to not fortune tellers. “(Jesus) wants to direct his
The Victims of the Friday terrorist attacks in Paris are being mourned for three days now, nationally in Paris. In Notre Dame, one of the biggest and oldest Cathedral in Paris had a memorial service for the victims of the Paris attack. The Mass in Notre Dame was a very heart-touching and sorrowful one. Cardinal
Pope Francis in a response to the traumatic killings of innocent souls in Paris on 13 November described the terrorist’s attack as a “piecemeal World War III,” describing the attacks as “inhuman.” Pope Francis with a very sad heart told TV 2000 said “There is no justification for these things,” Pope Francis speaking with the official broadcasting