Celebrating Easter in an Iraqi Town That Has Lost Its Christians

QARAQOSH, Iraq — Islamic State militants overran the Christian town of Qaraqosh nearly three years ago, smashing every crucifix they found and using the walls of churches for target practice. Residents fled by the thousands, and the few who stayed were forced to spit on images of the Virgin Mary. Read more on this at: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/04/17/world/middleeast/celebrating-easter-in-an-iraqi-town-that-has-lost-its-christians.html

Diverse crowd during March for Change

JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA – APRIL 07: Democratic Alliance (DA) supporters march in protest as part of a nationwide call for President Zuma to step down on April 07, 2017 in Johannesburg, South Africa. South Africans from numerous political, religious, labour and civic groups gathered across the country protesting against President Zuma’s recent cabinet reshuffle. (PhotoRead More