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© Patriarchia.ru Christians found themselves in a very disastrous situation, according to the Head of the Russian Orthodox Church, who mentioned this subject in the course of meeting with the UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres, TASS reports. Their conversation took place today, on June 20, in the Russian capital. As per Patriarch Kirill, the Middle East undergoes a...

20.06.2018 Subject: Religion

Muslim holiday Eid al-Fitr (Uraza Bayram) marks the end of the Ramadan fasting. 6 worshipping grounds in Moscow and 39 grounds near the Russian capital welcomed 10 000 Muslims for the morning prayers. More than 100 000 people attended the Cathedral Mosque in Moscow today’s morning, TASS reports. ...

15.06.2018 Subject: Religion


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