Russia's Supreme Court has banned the Jehovah's Witnesses, deeming them an 'extremist' organisation. The ruling equates the country's 175,000 Jehovah's witnesses to Islamic State members. MailOnline Also reported by •Reuters
On Thursday Russia's Supreme Court ruled that Jehovah's Witnesses was an "extremist" organisation. Russian news agencies reported the church must hand over all its property to the state.
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Russia’s Supreme Court has banned Jehovah’s Witnesses, ruling that the group is an “extremist” organisation and ordering it to hand over all its property to the state.
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Russia’s Supreme Court has banned Jehovah’s Witnesses, ruling that the group is an “extremist” organisation and ordering it to hand over all its property to the state. The authorities had.. Source: Euronews English -
Godstone firefighters were called to tackle a blazing van for about two hours during the early hours of this morning.Crew members from the station were called to Brickhouse Lane at about 12.30am, where.. Surrey Mirror
We reported on a leaflet distributed in North Devon by the Jehovah's Witnesses which urged gay people to "control their urges."Devon and Cornwall Police said it didn't "meet the threshold to be.. North Devon Journal
Devon and Cornwall Police have said a leaflet handed out in North Devon isn't a crime – despite it advising gay people to "control their urges".The leaflet, entitled "How to Harness Your Habits",.. North Devon Journal
The Jehovah's Witnesses face a million-pound legal bill after a young girl was sexually abused by one of its members.The victim, now aged in her 20s, was molested by an elder, or "ministerial.. Leicester Mercury
An estimated 8,000 people are expected to attend a Jehovah's Witnesses gathering at Westpoint near Exeter, on Friday July 8 It is one of a number of Remain Loyal to Jehovah! conventions across the UK... Exeter Express and Echo