19th March, 2014

Asia Bibi, the Pakistani Christian mother of five, has suffered yet another setback, and remains on death row in an isolation cell at the women's prison in Sheikhupura, Punjab.

According to AsiaNews, her appeal hearing

19th March, 2014

AN INSIGHTFUL LOOK AT THEIMPACT OF SLAVERY AND PREJUDICE: Gugu Mbatha-Raw stars as Dido Elizabeth Belle in the

19th March, 2014

More than 150 people have been killed since Friday in central and northern Nigeria in separate attacks on villages populated by a concentration of Christians.

On Friday, 14th March, gunmen

18th March, 2014

Australian mining magnate Andrew Forrest has joined with religious groups - including the Catholic and Anglican Churches - in launching a new global initiative aimed at ridding the world of slavery by 2020.

Launched on

17th March, 2014

Churches in New South Wales have urged Premier Barry O'Farrell to guarantee retail trading hours will not be extended to include the public holidays like Boxing Day in an open letter.

The letter is signed

16th March, 2014

Salmaan Taseer meeting with Asia Bibi before he was brutally murdered.

14th March, 2014

The Turkish Ministry of EU Affairs welcomed on 2nd March the return of property seized by the country"s treasury, to the world"s oldest Syriac Orthodox monastery, Mor Gabriel.

In February, the head of the Mor Gabriel

13th March, 2014

Christians in Sri Lanka are being pressured to close churches and stop church-related activities in a Buddhist-led campaign, according to Release International.

The organisation - which serves the persecuted church in 30 countries around the

11th March, 2014

Syrian Christians were rejoicing after rebels freed more than a dozen Greek Orthodox nuns ending their near four month captivity in exchange for Syrian authorities releasing dozens of female prisoners.

The kidnappers have been identified as

9th March, 2014

The Free Methodist Church USA announced the release of its kidnapped missionary in Nigeria, Phyllis Sortor.

In a statement signed on behalf of the Board of Bishops of the

7th March, 2014

A Christian woman in Sweden has been unable to find work as a midwife since a hospital where she interned last year let her go for refusing to help perform abortions.

5th March, 2014

Suspected Islamic extremists bombed three church buildings on Tanzania"s semi-autonomous island of Zanzibar in February, with one of the blasts injuring several Christians, sources said.

A bomb exploded

4th March, 2014

Russell Crowe's new film, Noah , has attracted controversy over its depiction of the Biblical figure ahead of its release in the US later this month.

Paramount Pictures has added an explanatory message to advertising

4th March, 2014

An Australian missionary has arrived back in Beijing after he was released by North Korean authorities, having been detained for about two weeks over the distribution of Bible tracts.

The ABC reported that the country's

3rd March, 2014

Matt Prater speaking at the National Day of Prayer and Fasting in Parliament House, Canberra.




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