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News Items: 2017/10/25

2017-10-25

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Pet goat 'killed for satanic ritual', owner says
The owner of a pet goat whose head was "hacked off" fears it was the victim of a satanic ritual. Disabled pygmy goat, Licorice, was found decapitated in her paddock in Tillington, Herefordshire last Tuesday. Her head has not been found.
 
2017-10-25

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I will return Saudi Arabia to moderate Islam, says crown prince
Saudi Arabia’s crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, has vowed to return the country to “moderate Islam” and asked for global support to transform the hardline kingdom into an open society that empowers citizens and lures investors.
 
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Pakistan blogger Aasim Saeed says he was tortured
Whilst pressure was building on the Pakistani authorities to provide information about the whereabouts of the bloggers, a counter-campaign was begun by right-wing religious clerics and TV anchors accusing them of having committed blasphemy.
 
2017-10-25

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Most of world lacks real religious freedom, UN official says
Three-quarters of the world's people live in countries that either restrict the right to religion or belief or have "a high level of social hostility involving religion or belief," the U.N. special investigator on religious rights said Tuesday.
 
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