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Today leaders from the National Council of Churches USA, Churches Together in Britain and Ireland, and the Canadian Council of Churches met with UN Secretary General Kofi Annan to discuss the situation in Iraq. Click here to read about their... [Read More]

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The National Council of Churches wants the UN involved in Iraq. So what else is new? [Read More]

» So? from Mark A. R. Kleiman
The National Council of Churches wants the UN involved in Iraq. So what else is new? [Read More]

» So? from Mark A. R. Kleiman
The National Council of Churches wants the UN involved in Iraq. So what else is new? [Read More]

» So? from Mark A. R. Kleiman
The National Council of Churches wants the UN involved in Iraq. So what else is new? [Read More]

» So? from Mark A. R. Kleiman
The National Council of Churches wants the UN involved in Iraq. So what else is new? [Read More]

» So? from Mark A. R. Kleiman
The National Council of Churches wants the UN involved in Iraq. So what else is new? [Read More]

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