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Indonesia Emergency Appeal

Our CEO is in Indonesia to determine how best we can help following Sunday’s suicide bombings at three churches in Indonesia.

At least 13 people were killed, and dozens wounded in attacks claimed by the Islamic State group.

We have set up an emergency fund to assist the victims and their families.

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17 May 2018

INDONESIA: Report from our CEO

Our CEO Tony reports from Surabaya Indonesia, where he has spent the last few days. The situation remains tense after the horrific church bombings on Sunday. Tony asks you to keep praying for those affected. We will continue to assist where we can. Listen to

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17 May 2018

IRAN: Sentences Upheld

An appeal court in Iran has upheld a ten-year prison sentence against four Christians accused of “promoting Zionist Christianity” and propagating house churches. The lawyer representing Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani, Mohammad-Reza Omidi, Yasser Mossayebzadeh, and Saheb Fadaie received the notice on 2 May. Pastor Youcef and

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17 May 2018

CHINA: Four Christians Detained for Evangelising

Authorities charged four members of a house church in China’s south-western Sichuan province with “obstructing government administration” for distributing Christian flyers at a local university on 25 April. Wang Yi, the pastor of Autumn Rain Blessing Church, reported that four of his congregation members went

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17 May 2018

NIGERIA: Army Rescues 1,000 Boko Haram Captives

After a week-long battle, the Nigerian Army has freed nearly 1,000 people from Boko Haram captivity. The operation by the military, led to the deaths of over 50 terrorists. The operation, which began 28 April is still ongoing, Nigerian military spokesman Texas Chukwu told CNN.

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