A volunteer prison chaplain and gardener, who resigned from his post after accusations of reading “homophobic” Bible verses to prisoners, has lost his case for unfair dismissal at the employment tribunal.
European Union leaders will meet with Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davtoglu to strike a deal on refugee crisis this week, which will allow Greece to send the migrants to Turkey.
North Korea fired two ballistic missiles off the east coast of the Korean peninsula, one of which flew 500 miles before falling into the sea, and the other one was detected at an 11 miles altitude by a radar before it disappeared.
As many as 33,000 Zimbabwean children are in urgent need of treatment for acute malnutrition in wake of severe famines induced by El Nino this year, according to a new report by the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (Unicef).
American Student Otto Warmbier has been sentenced to 15 years of hard labor by North Korean Supreme Court for allegedly working against state interests by attempting to steal a propaganda poster from his hotel lobby.
One of the Islamic State’s senior commanders Abu Omar has died of his wounds last week. He was injured by US airstrikes in Syria earlier this month, according to latest reports from Pentagon. Twelve other ISIS militants are assumed to be killed in the strikes.
The Vatican will venerate Mother Teresa into a Saint, who was known for her tireless serving of the poor. Pope Francis has approved the canonization of Mother Teresa, and thousands of her admirers will come to witness the event on September 4.
The House of Representatives passed a resolution to declare atrocities committed by ISIS against Christians and other minorities in Iraq and Syria as genocide.
Human Rights Watch (HRW) called on the Egyptian government to overturn the blasphemy convictions lodged against four Coptic Christian teenagers and their teacher, in accordance with the country’s commitment to protect religious minorities.
The Islamic State (ISIS) released a video on social media showing militants burning a pile of Christians books, pamphlets and manuscripts in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, which they took over about two years ago.
Severe human rights abuses were carried out against South Sudanese citizens caught in the civil war raging since 2013, between the government troops and rebel forces, according to a UN report published last week.
Franklin Graham and Russian Orthodox Church to Conduct International Summit in Support of Persecuted Christians in Moscow
The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association is hosting an international summit on religious persecution in Moscow in collaboration with the Russian Orthodox Church.
Queen Elizabeth was not pleased with the plans to legalize same-sex marriage in 2013, according to a report by Daily Mail.
About 550 individuals have been rescued from a human trafficking location in India on Wednesday, according to reports. The group was rescued from forced labor at a brick kiln in Chennai by Indian police and staff of International Justice Mission (IJM), a non-profit organization that focuses on combating human trafficking.
At least 450,000 Christians are followers of Jesus Christ in Iran, according to Open Doors USA, while other estimates say the figure could be even higher at about one million.