Members of the Pakistani Christian minority in Peshawar, Pakistan, prepare placards to pay tribute to people who died in the Sri Lanka bombings.
What movitaves these wealthy young people from doing this atrocity?
A Tamil man who was paralyzed by shelling during the final weeks of the conflict in Mullivaikkal in 2009 is seen in this 2018 photo in the Eastern Province of Sri Lanka.
This spring marks the 25th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide and the 10th year since the Tamil genocide in Sri Lanka. The world knows what happened in Rwanda. What about Sri Lanka?
Muslim clerics and members of the Pakistani Christian minority light candles to commemorate the victims of this week’s bomb blasts in Sri Lanka. Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the attacks.
For centuries, Westerners viewed Islam as an inherently violent religion. But the struggle today, for all religions, including Christianity, is between liberals and conservatives, fundamentalists and moderates, reason and revelation.
Security personnel near St Anthony’s Church Kochchikade in Colombo, Sri Lanka. April 22, 2019.
In a country with a weak press, social media played a key role in exposing the truth and building bridges between Sri Lanka’s different ethnic and religious groups.