British Evangelicals Fear Government Restrictions of Religion

The Evangelical Alliance United Kingdom is asking the government to cancel requirements from the prime minister that force religious groups to register children’s activities.

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Pastor of China's Largest Church Jailed for Protesting Removal of 1,500 Crosses

Until last month, Gu Yuese was the senior pastor at China’s largest government-approved Protestant church.

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Christian Schools Banned from Praying at Championship Game

A Christian high school in Florida is fighting a mandate that prohibits their football team from praying before games.

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Christian TV station resumes transmission after fire

Three weeks after what its owners call a suspicious fire, Gawahi TV, one of Pakistan’s few Christian television stations, resumed transmission.

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Saeed Abedini Released from Iranian Prison

Iran has released four imprisoned U.S citizens, including American Pastor Saeed Abedini, as part of a trade, according to an Iranian news media.

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2015 Deadliest Year for Christians Worldwide, Open Doors' World Watch List Finds

Open Doors CEO David Curry speaks at a press conference introducing the 2016 World Watch List at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. on Jan. 13, 2016.

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Filipino Christians press on, despite persecution

Philippines (MNN) — Filipino Christians are overcoming persecution, and pressing on toward the goal of making Christ known.

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North Korea: Imprisoned Canadian pastor digs holes all day, sees no one

A Canadian pastor serving a life sentence in North Korea for subversion said in an interview with CNN he spends eight hours a day digging holes at a labour camp...

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Mexico: Persecution forces 30 Christians from their homes because of their faith

Armed villagers raided and destroyed the homes of Protestants in Leyva Velazques village, Chiapas, Mexico on 4 January in the latest example of religious persecution...

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Christians in the Philippines suffering new levels of violence and intimidation

Christians in the Philippine island of Mindanao are suffering similar levels of violence and intimidation as Christians in Iraq, according to a missionary priest.

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