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Family of Christian Shot Dead in Pakistan Doubts Suicide Claim
Family of Christian Shot Dead in Pakistan Doubts Suicide Claim
Family of Christian Shot Dead in Pakistan Doubts Suicide Claim

Family of Christian murdered in Pakistan doubt suicide claim

The family of a 24-year-old Christian who died yesterday accuses a bank security guard of shooting the young man dead after the guard threatened him for refusing to convert to Islam.
 
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Pope Francis says human trafficking ‘a crime against humanity’

Four women who were forced into sex slavery and later freed met Thursday (April 10) with Pope Francis at an international conference on human trafficking held at the Vatican to combat what the pontiff called a “crime against hu...
 
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Kyrgyzstan, Flag, National Flag
Kyrgyzstan, Flag, National Flag

KYRGYZSTAN: Church sales contract annulled after 14 years

More than 14 years after the Church of Jesus Christ in Kyrgyzstan's capital Bishkek bought a Culture House to use as its worship building, a court has annulled the sales contract.

 
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Convert from Islam in Uganda, Former Sheikh, Says Muslim Relatives Poisoned Him
Convert from Islam in Uganda, Former Sheikh, Says Muslim Relatives Poisoned Him
Convert from Islam in Uganda, Former Sheikh, Says Muslim Relatives Poisoned Him

Christian convert Uganda says Muslim relatives poisoned him

Muslim relatives of a convert from Islam in a village in eastern Uganda last week tried to poison him to death, the Christian told Morning Star News.
 
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UN Rights Expert Urges Debt Relief for Philippines
UN Rights Expert Urges Debt Relief for Philippines
UN Rights Expert Urges Debt Relief for Philippines

Rghts expert urges debt relief for Philippines

A United Nations human rights expert on Tuesday urged international creditors to cancel the Philippines' debt and give it unconditional grant aid instead of new loans to fund massive post-typhoon reconstruction.
 
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Indian elections: what could they mean for minority Christians?
Indian elections: what could they mean for minority Christians?
Indian elections: what could they mean for minority Christians?

Indian elections: what could they mean for minority Christians?

India is gearing up for the largest show of democracy on earth. Ahead of national elections, the silent Christian community in India -reportedly 2.3 percent of its 1.2 billion people in 2001, experts say it’s probably at least ...

 
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Christian Couple in Pakistan Sentenced to Death for ‘Blasphemy’
Christian Couple in Pakistan Sentenced to Death for ‘Blasphemy’
Christian Couple in Pakistan Sentenced to Death for ‘Blasphemy’

Christian couple in Pakistan get death penalty for ‘blasphemous text messages’

A Christian couple in Punjab Province incapable of writing proper Urdu was sentenced to death today for allegedly sending blasphemous text messages, bringing the number of Christians on death row in Pakistan to four.
 
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Christians form human shield around church in 'China's Jerusalem' after demolition threat
Christians form human shield around church in 'China's Jerusalem' after demolition threat
Christians form human shield around church in 'China's Jerusalem' after demolition threat

Christians form human shield around church in China to stop demolition

Thousands of Chinese Christians  flocked to the Sanjiang church in Wenzhou, China hoping to protect it from demolition. Their 24-hour guard began earlier this week when a demolition notice was plastered onto the newly-construct...
 
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Chess, King, Figure
Chess, King, Figure

Report: US Minorities losing economic ground

A new report has concluded that blacks and Latinos in the U.S. are losing economic ground compared to whites.

 
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Rwanda’s youth hope for better future 20 years after genocide

Nearly a generation has passed since more than 800,000 people were killed in the Rwandan genocide. Now, after years of healing, young Rwandan remember the past but also hope for a better future.