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Marking the midpoint of the World Council of Churches' Decade to Overcome Violence (DOV), participants at the 9th Assembly wondered if churches were abandoning people in Northern Uganda and if church leaders were engaging in "sterile" debates about when violence is permissible.

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A river of light flowed through downtown Porto Alegre last night as up to two thousand people - including two Nobel Prize-winners - took part in a candle-lit march for peace.

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The 'Message' of the 9th Assembly is an invitation to prayer. In proposing the document for adoption, message committee moderator Wendy Evans explained that the message is neither a report nor an exhaustive listing of concerns, but that 'the message reflects the heart of the Assembly.'

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Christian leaders from the United States lamented the war in Iraq and apologised for their government's current foreign policy during the 9th Assembly of the World Council of Churches in Porto Alegre, Brazil, which ended Thursday.

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As the World Council of Churches continues its Ninth Assembly in Porto Alegre, Brazil, Dr. Jan Love is among the faith leaders there who brings decades of experience to her work.

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The world's churches are "missing in action" while 1,000 children die each week in squalid camps in northern Uganda, a former foreign minister of that country said during the global meeting of church leaders in Brazil.

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PORTO ALEGRE, Brazil (2/21/06) — The Decade to Overcome Violence (DOV) has been overshadowed by "brutal acts of international terrorism and the reactions to it," says the mid-term report of the World Council of Churches (WCC) on one of its primary program initiatives.

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Churches around the world are being urged to push their governments to pursue the unequivocal elimination of nuclear weapons.

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NEW YORK (UMNS) - When the World Council of Churches initiated its "Decade to Overcome Violence" in 2001, the idea was to "shine a bright light" on places where Christians are working on issues of justice and peace - places that could be models for others.

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PORTO ALEGRE, Brazil (UMNS) - Children in northern Uganda are dying at the rate of 1,000 per week, and the world's churches need to take notice.

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