A Sudanese pastor has been arrested and jailed after leading a prayer meeting for his sick mother
An Egyptian cabinet committee has legalised a new batch of 125 church buildings
Over 650 Christian families have benefitted from a major flood relief aid distribution programme
Linfen Covenant Church and the school it runs have been shut down for “unauthorised activities”
The body of a preacher who had been missing for three days was found badly beaten near his home village
An estimated 400,000 Christians live in Qatar – the overwhelming majority of whom are expatriates
Rights groups are calling for the release of four clerics detained by the Eritrean authorities despite belonging to permitted denominations
On 1 November police detained Wang Qiang of Linfen Covenant Church, making him the fourth leader of the church now in detention
National security officers have prevented Elder Li Yingqiang of Early Rain Covenant Church from organising or attending the daily online “5 pm in China” prayer meeting
A Baptist couple from Gezira state could face flogging after being charged with “adultery”
Naser Navard Gol-Tapeh was unexpectedly released from Evin prison on 17 October and Fariba Dalir was released on the following day.
Shu Qiong and her husband Wang Song received eviction notices nine days after police disrupted her father’s funeral
Leonid and Tatyana were taken away from their home by men in military uniform and masks.
A young Muslim woman who converted to Christianity on 18 September was poisoned to death that night
Shenzhen Trinity Harvest Gospel Church was attacked on 10 September as its members held a baptism at a beach
A young Christian convert from Islam has been sentenced to death in northwest Libya
Mayflower Church members have moved to Thailand to seek UN refugee status, having failed in their application for asylum in South Korea
On 10 August five Christian workers were pushed off a boat by a group of Muslim extremists and drowned in Lake Kyoga, Central Uganda.
The General Prosecutor in Central Darfur state has dismissed a case against four Baptists who were charged with apostasy
Mansour Borji (Director of Article 18) described the current situation