On Tuesday, China and India assumed each other was firing shots along the disputed border. Historically, the two countries have fought in 1962 when India suffered a humiliating defeat. In recent month… Throughout the pandemic, Christian Persecution never ceased once. The authorities have over many believers who faced death and traumatizing Across California, over 25 wildfires have been occurring with more than 2,094,955 acres burned down across the state. The Creek Fire which occurred recently has devoured more than 45,00 acres near Fre… According to Barnabus Fund, an international Christian aid agency, at least 500 Ethiopian Christians have been murdered in coordinated door to door killings since June. This slaughter of Christians se… On Tuesday, Chicago police released surveillance videos of people who looted a store back in May. The video shows dozens of people breaking into the store and taking all of the products which the …
The Scottish Episcopal Church voted on June 8 to remove language in its canon which defines marriage as a union between a man and a woman and opening up marriage within the denomination to same-sex couples, making it the first mainstream denomination in the UK to do so.
Violence Wrought by ISIS-Linked Militants in Philippines Leads to Death and Abduction of Christians, Reports Say
More than 170 have been killed, including Christians, in attacks carried out by extremist militants that have allied themselves with the Islamic State (IS) in a majority-Muslim island in the Philippines, since May 23, according to reports. At least 28 Coptic Christians and dozens more were injured when multiple gunmen attacked them on their way to a monastery on Friday. According to reports, eight to 10 gunmen stopped the bus in which the Coptic Christians were traveling, and forced the passengers to recite the ‘shahada,’ a declar… Two Christians, including one pastor, who were imprisoned in Sudan since 2015 have been released by a presidential pardon on Thursday. Basuki “Ahok” Purnama, the incumbent Christian and ethnic Chinese governor of Indonesia’s capital Jakarta, was found guilty of committing blasphemy by an Indonesian Court on Tuesday, May 9, raising concerns about religious freedom in the country. The extremist group Boko Haram has released 82 school girls who have been captive for more than three years, Nigerian officials said on Saturday. Just over two weeks after Korean American Tony Kim was detained in North Korea, the Kim regime has detained yet another Korean American, named Kim Hak-Song. For the first time, Russia has been included in a list of countries noted for the most severe persecution against religious minorities compiled by a religious freedom commission in the U.S. As the 14th annual North Korea Freedom Week has been taking place in Washington, D.C., a ‘World Congress of North Korean Defectors’ convened at the National Press Club on April 27, from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM, during which speakers agreed that consistently inputting information into North Korea is … The first Christian governor of the Indonesian capital Jakarta conceded his loss to re-election after a majority of the votes were counted on April 19, which showed he was at least 10 percentage points behind his rival.