The church service that never ends
From October to December, a marathon church service ran for more than six weeks without taking a break at Bethel Church, in the Dutch city of The Hague. The service started in order to protect an Armenian family from deportation, as Dutch law prevents the police from disrupting a church service to make an arrest. The Tamrazyans, who have lived in the Netherlands since 2010, had their asylum status recently overturned after a five-year procedure. More than 550 pastors from about 20 denominations have taken part in the service.