Tag: Central Europe

Hundreds volunteer with Samaritan's Purse to help victims of flooding in Germany

Over 177 people died in Germany as a result of the historic natural disaster.

Danish Left wants to spend millions for "helping Polish women" with abortion

Danish political parties want to allocate 20 million crowns over four years to Polish women so that they can undergo an abortion.

Hungary fines distributor for book promoting homosexuality to kids

The fine comes amid a larger crackdown on LGBT ideology in Hungary.

Czech Republic president condemns transgenderism as "a crime of self-harm"

"Every surgery is a risk and these transgender people to me are disgusting," Milos Zeman stated.

Hungarian sculptor gifts John Paul II statue to Polish university

The sculpture was blessed by Archbishop of Kraków Marek Jędraszewski.

Young man charged for the defacing of a church in Poland

The man is additionally being charged for insulting religious feelings, which could add another two years of imprisonment.

Church theft in Poland leaves community in shock

The incident happened between the 10th and the 11th of June.

Pro-life ads censored in Slovenia

Human rights experts from ADF International expressed concern about this case.

Polish "Abortion Dream Team" wants to teach children about abortion

The guide includes tips on how to explain to your child why someone decides to have an abortion.

Pakistani Christian living in Germany threatened with deportation

It is unknown how long the visa procedure will take and when Jahangir will be allowed to re-enter Germany.