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Tabernacle Choir to Visit 7 European Cities in Historic 2016 Tour

by Mormon Newsroom | Mormon Life

Locations have been announced for the 2016  Mormon Tabernacle Choir  European tour. The choir and...

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The First Temple in Europe Reaches 60-Year Milestone (+ 5 Interesting Facts)

by Deseret News | Mormon Life

MR says: The first temple in Europe just had its 60th birthday. Check out these 5 interesting facts ab...

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Foreign Policy Magazine Interviews Missionary in Albania

by Foreign Policy | News from Utah

Being a Mormon missionary can be slow work. Over 16 months, Daniel Harlow, 19, has helped convert only thre...

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Religious and European Union Leaders Gather in Brussels

by Mormon Newsroom | News from Utah

Elder José A. Teixeira, president of the Europe Area of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, jo...

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Apostle Fulfills Historic Assignments in Europe

by LDS Church News | From the Church News from Utah

Being a Latter-day Saint in Greece is not easy. Members there endure persecution and discrimination. Some h...

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Mormon Missionaries in Ukraine Reported Safe

by Deseret News | Everything Else

With once peaceful protests in Kiev, Ukraine, escalating into riots this week that left 26 protesters and p...

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Highlight: One Faithful LDS Family in Sweden

by LDS Church News | Opinions & Features

Håkan Palm feels blessed to live a mere four miles from the first temple in Scandinavia and the only temple...

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LDS Church Member Dies, 2 Missionaries Injured in Car Crash in Ukraine

by Deseret News | Everything Else

A car accident Saturday in Ukraine killed a local LDS Church member and injured two sister missionaries. "M...

Saim Abd al-Samid: First Muslim Latter-day Saint, part 2

by Keepapitchinin | Best of LDS Blogs

Saim Abd al-Samid, the young Turkish civil engineer, unwilling to wait any longer, was secretly baptized in...

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The first Muslim to join the LDS Church

by Keepapitchinin | Best of LDS Blogs

Saim Abd al-Samid was born in Constantinople (now Istambul), Turkey, probably in the late 1870s (there rema...