Rimsha Masih and her family will remain in Pakistan after her legal ordeal is over, one of her lawyers says.
Confident on Wednesday of Rimsha Masih’s release, her lawyer was apprehensive Thursday after a prosecutor hinted strongly at the likelihood of violence if she is freed.
Rimsha Masih is likely to be cleared of the blasphemy charge against her, but never will be able to return home, her lawyer says.
Prominent human rights advocate and attorney Mohammad Ali Dadkhah, who represents imprisoned pastor Yousef Nadarkhani, has reportedly been sentenced to nine years in jail for allegedly "acting against national security" in Iran.
LONDON (RNS) Britain’s Court of Appeal has ordered a pair of Christian innkeepers to pay 3,600 pounds ($5,800) in damages to a gay couple that was told they could not share a room in the couple’s guesthouse. The thr...