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CHINA: Pastor Yang Hua Update – Critically Ill

Earlier this year, we posted the story of Pastor Yang Hua who was arrested and detained since December 2015, then in January 2017, sentenced to prison under the charge of “illegally possessing state secrets” for two years and six months. Since then, Pastor Yang Hua

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china

CHINA: Pray for Christians Forced to Reject their Faith

Government officials in Jiangxi province have pledged to help Christians living in poverty under the condition that they reject their faith, follow communism and replace their pictures of Jesus with pictures of President Xi Jinping. While authorities claim the Christians are voluntarily replacing their religious

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kazakhstan

KAZAKHSTAN: New Restrictions on Religious Freedom

Kazakhstan is on the verge of passing legislation, which proposes changes to the 2011 Religion Law, Administrative Code, and many other laws. According to reports, the draft Amending Law, which is currently before Prime Minister Bakytzhan Sagintayev, imposes new restrictions on the freedom of religion or

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nigeria

NIGERIA: Plateau Attackers Arrested

After a period of relative calm, violence has resumed in Plateau state, which has also witnessed the deadliest sectarian violence in Nigeria’s recent history. Many experts now report that ongoing violence in Nigeria’s Middle Belt, where mainly Muslim Fulani herdsmen have attacked predominantly Christian farmers,

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Egypt

EGYPT: Coptic Church Reopens after Bombing

A Coptic cathedral has been restored and reopened eight months after a suicide bombing destroyed it on Palm Sunday killing 28 and injuring 74 others. St George’s Cathedral in Tanta, the capital of the Gharbia governorate north of Cairo, has been renamed the Cathedral of

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