{FD} Pope: Let’s defeat indifference and fear of foreigners

Pope Francis is rallying people to banish social ills like indifference, fear of foreigners and of whatever is different from us.

{FD} Philippine military wants martial law extended in south

The Philippine military and police have asked the president to extend martial law he declared in the country’s south by a year because of continuing threats from pro-Islamic State group militants and communist guerrillas.

{FD} Turkey’s Erdogan heading to meet Greece’s Muslim minority

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is heading to northeastern Greece to meet with members of the country’s Muslim minority on the second day of an official visit to Greece that got off to a rocky start.

{FD} Palestinians to rally after prayers over US Jerusalem move

Palestinians are expected to protest en masse across the West Bank, east Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip following the Trump administration’s recognition this week of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

{FD} Malaysian Muslims protest Trump’s Jerusalem declaration

More than 1,000 Malaysian Muslims have protested outside the U.S. Embassy in Kuala Lumpur against President Donald Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.

{FD} India police: Murder of Muslim was apparent religious attack

Police in western India have arrested a Hindu man they say brutally killed a Muslim laborer in an apparent religious attack.

{FD} Pope Francis wants to change line of ‘Our Father’

Pope Francis wants to change the phrase “lead us not into temptation” from the Christian prayer “Our Father,” to a better translation of the widely-known prayer.

{FD} Pope Francis wants to change line of ‘Our Father’ prayer

Pope Francis wants to change the phrase “lead us not into temptation” from the Christian prayer “Our Father,” to a better translation of the widely-known prayer.

{FD} Why it matters: The US pivot on Jerusalem

Breaking with decades of U.S. policy, President Donald Trump on Wednesday recognized Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, a declaration that set off a wave of clashes between Palestinians and Israeli forces and drew sharp criticism from U.S. allies in the Middle East and beyond.

{FD} Argentine judge seeks arrest of ex-President Fernandez

A federal judge is asking Argentina’s Senate to allow the arrest and trial of former President Cristina Fernandez for allegedly covering up the role of Iranians in a 1994 bomb attack on a Jewish center.

{FD} Jewish cemetery dug up to make way for supermarket in Poland

Authorities say human remains from an old Jewish cemetery in Poland have been dug up and dumped unceremoniously in an empty lot to make way for the construction of a supermarket, parking lot and an electrical transformer station.

{FD} Watchdog says Muslim Sufi shrines in Libya face more attacks

An international rights group says Muslim Sufi places of worship face increasing attacks in Libya.

{FD} UN experts ask Bahrain to respect prominent sheikh’s rights

United Nations experts have called on Bahrain to ensure a prominent Shiite cleric’s rights are respected as he’s now hospitalized.

{FD} Pope names new archbishops for Paris, Mexico City

Pope Francis has given Paris and Mexico City new archbishops, filling two important positions in the Catholic Church with churchmen he has known and promoted in recent years.

{FD} The Latest: Erdogan’s visit to Greece starts on tense note

The Latest on Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s visit to Greece (all times local): 1 p.m.

{FD} Newly crowned by US as Israel’s capital, Jerusalem is unique

It is rare and perhaps unique for the world to interfere with a country’s choice of its own capital.

{FD} Erdogan to visit Greece at a time of frosty ties with EU, US

Greece is rolling out the red carpet for a visit this week by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, hoping to improve often-frosty ties between the two neighbors and NATO allies at a time when Turkey’s relations are being tested with both the European Union and the United States.

{FD} Pope, translator cite “Rohingya” repeatedly after silence

Pope Francis is making up for his silence about the Rohingya refugee crisis while in Myanmar: During his general audience Wednesday, Francis or his translator cited the “Rohingya” by name at least a half-dozen times, in a variety of languages.

{FD} Mideast on edge ahead of Trump’s move on Jerusalem

Arabs and Muslims across a Middle East on edge warned on Wednesday that President Donald Trump’s anticipated announcement recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital would inflame Muslim feelings worldwide and bring further chaos and instability to the region.

{FD} Warnings intensify as Trump readies Jerusalem declaration

America’s friends and foes unleashed fierce criticism on Wednesday ahead of President Donald Trump’s announcement recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.