12th December, 2012

Birgitta Almby's condition has not improved after being critically wounded on December 3rd in Lahore, Pakistan, when two gunmen shot her as she came home from work.

Using a medical air ambulance, officials flew the72-year-old Swedish

8th December, 2012

Uzbek pastor Makset Djabbarbergenov has been released from prison in Almaty, Kazakhstan.

He was released on 4th December and taken to the airport, where he was reunited with his wife and four

6th December, 2012

Sydney-siders are increasingly struggling under financial pressure with The Exodus Foundation - the city's largest front-line provider of free meals and services to the poor - reporting increasing demand for its services.

The organisation reports a

5th December, 2012

Suspected Islamic militants have killed at least ten Christians, including a pastor, and torched several churches in the latest anti-Christian violence to hit Nigeria, a well-informed human rights group confirmed on Monday.

International Christian Concern (ICC)

4th December, 2012

Yemen's southern region of Abyan experienced a "human rights catastrophe" during 2011 and the first half of 2012 as government forces and members of an Al-Qa'ida affiliate group fought for control, according to human rights group

1st December, 2012

The upgraded status of the Palestinian Authority at the United Nations is a "positive step" towards peace and a reaffirmation of the body's "long-term commitment to a two-state solution", according to Rev Dr Olav Fyske

30th November, 2012

ON HIS WAY TO A FOURTH WIN: Nic Squiers claimed his fourth victory in the men's open event

29th November, 2012

World Vision Australia has launched an appeal to raise funds for the support of the thousands of Syrians who have fled to Lebanon to escape the violence in their home country.

While more than

28th November, 2012

An Iranian pastor who spent almost three years in prison and sentenced to death for apostasy, has thanked those who supported him with their prayers during his incarceration.

Speaking at the national conference of

28th November, 2012

Gunmen have attacked a police station near Nigeria's capital Abuja that holds members of the feared Islamic group 'Boko Haram', freeing prisoners and killing two police officers, officials said on Monday.

The shootings at the headquarters

27th November, 2012

The United Nations human rights chief has called on Indonesia to take "firm action" against increasing violence towards religious minorities and "narrow and extremist interpretations of Islam."


26th November, 2012

At least five people were killed and dozens injured on Sunday when a suicide bomber drove a car full of explosives into a church inside the Jaji military barracks in Nigeria's northern Kaduna state, officials said.

23rd November, 2012

A Pakistani court this week cleared a mentally challenged Christian girl of "blasphemy against Islam" charges, which can carry the death penalty.

The high court in Pakistan's capital Islamabad found the accusations against teenager Rimsha Masih

23rd November, 2012

Luis Palau speaks at CityFest in Newscastle, New South Wales. PICTURE: Brad Person

21st November, 2012

Christian groups have welcomed the Federal Government's announcement this week that it will fund a $50 million program to combat human trafficking in the Asia-Pacific region where some 11.7 million people are trapped in forced




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