Last month two Christian men were martyred for their faith in violent attacks on pastors’ families in Odisha and Rajasthan state.
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.
Twelve Christians killed in latest series of attacks in Nigeria’s Middle Belt region by Fulani militants.
Pastor Yang Hua of Huoshi “Living Stone” Church in Guiyang, Guizhou province has been brutally beaten in a local police station
Minister Wu Wuqing of the heavily-persecuted Early Rain Covenant Church continues to be harassed and repeatedly detained by police
Police in Pakistan have tortured Salamat Mansha Masih into a false confession of blasphemy
Elder Zhang Chunlei of Guiyang Ren’ai Reformed Church was formally arrested on 1 May after being detained for over six weeks
As China continues to tighten its grip on religion, new “Administrative Measures for Religious Clergy” came into effect on 1 May
The call to prayer is a joint initiative by The Catholic Bishops Conference of India, the National Council of Churches in India and the Evangelical Fellowship of India (EFI).
Pastor Manu Damor (35) has been held in prison in Madhya Pradesh state since Easter Sunday (4 April).
New anti-conversion laws introduced in several Indian states in recent months are being used by Hindu militants as legal justification to accuse Christians of forcibly converting Hindus
Prime Minister Khan pledged to lead a campaign of Muslim-majority countries to “convince” Western countries.
A Christian doctor was shot dead and four women were abducted when armed Fulani militants attacked a Baptist church in Kaduna state
Iran’s Supreme Court is considering the retrial petitions for two cases involving Christian converts
Islamic State terrorists have executed Nabil Habashi Salama, a Coptic Christian they abducted outside his home in northern Sinai in November 2020.
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
14 men had spent four years in Nakura prison (pictured) while 22 women were freed after two weeks in Mai Serwa prison.
Algerian Christian convert Slimane Bouhafs experienced such persecution after his release from prison in 2018 that he fled to Tunisia, where threats to his life continue.