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An Iranian woman prays at St. Joseph's Cathedral in Tehran, Iran, a country where Christians and other religious groups have faced persecution. Atta Kenare/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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100 Iranians Remain Stranded In Austria Awaiting Asylum In The U.S.

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Questions Raised Over Anti-Semitism In U.K.'s Labour Party

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Christian Colleges That Oppose LGBT Rights Worried About Losing Funding

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DMG Foods, the Salvation Army's first supermarket, offers discount groceries to nutritional assistance beneficiaries and anyone else who walks through the door. dmgfoods.org hide caption

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Salvation Army Opens Its First-Ever Supermarket, In Baltimore

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Calvin College in Michigan is affiliated with the Christian Reformed Church, which holds that "homosexual practice ... is incompatible with obedience to the will of God as revealed in Scripture." Noah PreFontaine/Calvin College hide caption

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Christian Colleges Are Tangled In Their Own LGBT Policies

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Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, right, speaks with his disciples in this undated photo in Rajneeshpuram, Ore. Jack Smith/AP hide caption

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Religion, Libertarian Cults And The American West In 'Wild Wild Country'

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