Islamist extremists are calling for the murder of Christian couple Shagufta Kausar and Shafqat Emmanuel, who were acquitted of blasphemy charges on 3 June, and their lawyer Saiful Malook
Shagufta Kausar and Shafqat Emmanuel have been acquitted of blasphemy charges by the Pakistan High Court.
Church in Chains is planning to send aid to help Zafar and Nawab.
Police in Pakistan have tortured Salamat Mansha Masih into a false confession of blasphemy
Prime Minister Khan pledged to lead a campaign of Muslim-majority countries to “convince” Western countries.
Nabeel Masih has received constant death threats since he was released on bail and his case has now been moved to a court near his home, increasing the risk to his life from local extremists
Nabeel Masih has been released on bail and taken to a place of safety while his lawyers work to get him acquitted
Thirteen-year-old Christian Shakaina Masih was kidnapped on 19 February in Lahore, forcibly converted to Islam and married to a Muslim man.
A court has ordered that Farah Shaheen be released from a government-run refuge and returned to her family, eight months after she was abducted and forcibly married to a Muslim
Police in Lahore charged two Christians with blasphemy after a Muslim objected to them studying the Bible in a park.