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10-Jun-2012
(BosNewsLife)-- Islamic group Boko Haram claimed responsibility Sunday, June 10, for bombing a church and spraying another congregation with bullets in Nigeria's troubled northern and central region, killing at least seven people [More]
09-Jun-2012
Thirty-five Ethiopian Christians will remain in jail in Jeddah. They were arrested in December 2011 when they were caught praying in a private home. [More]
09-Jun-2012
Liu Fenggang, the former pastor of Beijing house church ShengAi Fellowship, was recently persecuted by the police because of his involvement in aiding Kachin Christian refugees on the China-Myanmar border. [More]
08-Jun-2012
Tanzanian Christian leaders are seeking justice after a Muslim mob demolished 3 churches [More]
06-Jun-2012
A devoted Christian couple, active in an evangelical church have been detained near Iran's capital Tehran, but their whereabouts remain unknown, Christians told BosNewsLife Wednesday June 6 [More]
03-Jun-2012
(BosNewsLife)-- Up to 15 people were killed and scores injured when a suicide bomber drove a car packed with explosives into an evangelical church in northern Nigeria Sunday, June 3 [More]
01-Jun-2012
In Nigeria’s Plateau state, Christian leaders said more Christians have died at the hands of Muslim extremists than the 35 that the military reported thus far in May. [More]
30-May-2012
A house church in southwestern China’s Sichuan province was raided on Tuesday by local Langzhong police, who said the church was holding illegal meetings and ordered the closure of the church. [More]
30-May-2012
Christian women from Faisalabad were on their way back home after attending the funeral service of their relative from Sandhilianwala, in Toba Tek Singh, when their van was stopped by traffic police near the railway level crossing [More]
30-May-2012
Kazakhstan continues to use land use regulations as a means to prevent religious communities and their members exercising freedom of religion or belief, Forum 18 News Service notes. In one of several recent examples from across the country [More]

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