China (47% convinced atheists)│ Japan (31% convinced atheists)│ Czech Republic (30% convinced atheists)│ France (29% convinced atheists)│ South Korea (15% convinced atheists)│ Source: Gallup
They do not believe in God and want a life free from religious restrictions: They are atheist asylum-seekers. Not only are they threatened and sometimes killed in their homeland — even in Germany they face danger.
Ecstatic crowds are expected to greet Vladimir Putin as he enters the Church of St. Sava in Belgrade alongside Aleksandar Vucic. For over a month, thousands have turned out for weekly protests against Serbia's president.
The Greek government wants to sack the nation's clergy in a bid to break away from the church. But severing those ties in Europe's most religious country could spell a "holy war." Anthee Carassava reports from Athens.
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