Another Christian leader in northern Tanzania has been killed in what appears to be a targeted attack, with two other worshippers from the church badly injured.
They were all attacked with machetes b
A local government official in central Bangladesh has halted the construction of a church, forced Christians to worship at a mosque and threatened them with eviction from their village unless they ren
Iran’s continued mistreatment of its Christian minority was raised at a recent meeting of the United Nations Human Rights Council.
Attieh Fard, a lawyer specialising in human rights, urged President H
The latest tragic incident of hundreds of African migrants drowning in European waters tells a wider story.
Two Catholic clerics in the Central African Republic were bound and robbed by armed men on Friday, Sept. 27.
Italian missionary Fr. Beniamino Gusmeroli, and Fr. Martial Mengue, a Central African deaco
The Turkish government’s long-awaited “democratisation package” of reform laws announced this week has met with considerable disappointment among Turkey’s minority religious communities.
A Moroccan Christian man jailed for evangelism has been temporarily released after serving one month.
Mohamed el Baldi, 34, from the town of Aïn Aïcha, near Fes, was given two-and-a-half years in pri
An Italian Jesuit priest who went missing in Syria several months ago is still alive, according to an Assyrian priest speaking at the European Parliament on Tuesday (October 1).
Archdeacon Emanuel You
The Sept. 22 suicide bombings of a church in Pakistan have re-ignited political debate on the country’s controversial blasphemy laws.
Only three days before the incident, the Council for Islamic Ideo
Nearly six years into the court trial over the murder of three Christians in southeastern Turkey, documents have emerged confirming that secret military units were involved in those assassinations and others.