Italy wants protection for Christians in Nigeria
Catholic World News - January 11, 2011
Italy’s foreign minister Franco Frattini has condemned the religious violence that erupted at Christmas Nigeria and demanded action from the African country’s government to protect Christians.
Frattini has urged other European leaders to step up the pressure on governments in the Middle East and Africa, demanding defense of Christians’ human rights.
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