A persecution watchdog group released on Wednesday its annual report on the countries in which persecution against Christians is most severe.
The Open Doors US will release its much awaited World Watch List for 2017 next month, which names the countries where the level of Christian persecution is high.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un wants Christians in his country to celebrate the birth of his grandmother instead of Jesus Christ on Christmas.
An Indonesian court held the blasphemy trial against Jakarta’s Christian Governor Basuki “Ahok” Tjahaja Purnama on Tuesday, who is accused of insulting the Qur’an based on an edited video.
The Obama administration on Friday abstained from vetoing a United Nations Security Council measure to declare Israeli settlements on east Jerusalem illegal.
American Christians are less responsive to the Syrian crisis than they were a year ago, according to a World Vision survey conducted by Ipsos Public Affairs.
President Barack Obama signed a bill that would promote international religious freedom, and help stop the persecution of Christians and religious minorities around the world.
The French National Assembly has designated pro-life online information about abortion alternatives as a “crime.”
A recent Pew study on the state of education among different religious groups around the world showed that Jews were more educated than other groups, followed by Christians.
At least 25 people, most of them women, were killed and about 49 were injured in a blast inside Cairo's Coptic Cathedral complex on Sunday.
Compassion International may not be able to provide its services to the poor in India any longer if the Indian government does not remove its restrictions on the organization, the organization announced on Tuesday.
A new study by a UK Christian charity found that churches around the country feel they are lagging behind in their goals of delivering quality youth work.
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi resigned on Monday after the referendum on constitutional reform by the government was defeated by residents by a majority of 59 percent votes.
A new survey shows that a quarter of Christian low-cost schools in Pakistan do not have potable drinking water facilities, and about half of them have no playgrounds and separate facilities for staff.
A Cuban pastor has been sentenced to one-year house arrest for loud worship service by a civil court in Las Tunas last month, according to Morning Star News.