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A church in the Netherlands has kept a continuous service of worship going for over 12 weeks to protect a family of asylum seekers facing deportation.

The service at Bethel Church in the Hague began on October 26 and it was still going on as Life and Work went to press.

Under Dutch law, authorities cannot enter a place of worship while services are ongoing. The Armenian Tamrazyan family, who had a request for asylum initially granted and then overturned, has been sheltering in the church.

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