On 11 May, Islamic extremists killed four Christians in a village in Indonesia. It was the second such attack in the Central Sulawesi region in six months.
Nupur* (17) and her cousin, Rekha,* were walking home from college on the evening of 2 April when they were stopped and kidnapped by a...
An Uzbek court has upheld the decision to fine a Christian woman for giving away 15 copies of a Baptist magazine last Christmas.
Several Indian states have passed new anti-conversion laws. These laws are being used to accuse and target religious minorities, including Christians.
After two months of conflict and with an estimated 600 killed, already vulnerable Christians in Myanmar are at extreme risk.
Sri Lanka's government has moved to expand the Prevention of Terrorism Act, putting Christian minorities at risk.
It has now been three years since Leah Sharibu was kidnapped by Islamic extremist group, Boko Haram. Her parents haven’t heard from her since.
Several social media platforms have been blocked in Myanmar following the military coup on 1 February. Local partners fear the move may have detrimental effects on the Burmese church.