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U.S. government: Worldwide religious intolerance growing

May 6, 2014

Last week, the U.S. Commission on International Freedom (USCIRF) added eight countries—Egypt, Iraq, Nigeria, Pakistan, Syria, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Vietnam—to the list of countries with the worst religious liberty violations in the world.



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