US Christian among first victims of Russia's anti-evangelism law
August 26, 2016
The first known victims of Russia's new anti-evangelism laws have been convicted and fined, according to the Forum 18 news service. Two individuals, one a US citizen and one Ghanaian, have been heavily fined. A Russian citizen, Aleksandr Yakimov, leader of the New Generation Pentecostal community in Mari-Turek, is due in court on August 29.
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