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The Center for Human Rights in Iran (CHRI) welcomes the release of the Baha’i leader, Mahvash Sabet, who was unjustly imprisoned in Iran for 10 years on the sole basis of her religion.

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Source: Centre for Human Rights in Iran

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A Victorian church that cancelled a couple's wedding because they supported same-sex marriage was acting well within its rights, according to Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and the leader of the "no" campaign. 

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Source: Sydney Morning Herald

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In the 15 years since St Hurmizd was founded, the Assyrian primary school in Western Sydney has grown from a cohort of 85 students, to more than 700.

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Source: ABC

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Religious leaders from the Hindu, Sikh, Buddhist, Quaker and Christian faith communities united at Canberra’s Parliament House on Wednesday, to call for strong bi-partisan action on climate change.

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Source: Westender

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On Thursday 7 September, a police motorcade blocked off Swanson street for the arrival of His Holiness Pope Tawadros II, the Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of the See of St Mark.

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Source: Melbourne Catholic

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The Anglican Church of Australia has for the first time apologised to victims of domestic violence and pledged to undertake independent research into the nature and extent of family violence in Anglican communities. 

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Source: ABC

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This October Baha’is around the world, together with their families, friends, neighbours and colleagues, will be celebrating the 200th anniversary of the Birth of Baha’u’llah.

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Source: Bahai.org.au

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A Queensland principal gave permission to a parent of Sikh faith to carry a knife into a school, but the education department says that's not allowed.

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Source: SBS

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