Cuba released pastor who spent one year in jail for home-schooling his children

The U.S. State Department placed Cuba on its “special watch list” of countries engaging in severe violations of religious freedom.

Nigeria could be next Rwanda or Darfur

Advocates have for years called on the international community to recognise the ongoing violence in Nigeria as a “genocide.”

Statue of a saint decapitated in Belgium

The head of the statue had been removed but was eventually found

International Christian Concern restores a church in Kenya

ICC's initiative may give a glimmer of hope to Christians facing harsh persecution on the African continent

Christian Group continues to deliver Bibles to North Korea via balloons

VOMK uses pre-filled balloons to carry USB flash drive loaded with official North Korean translations of the Bible.

Professor Andrzej Nowak: "In 1920, Poland defeated the Evil Empire"

One hundred years after the Battle of Warsaw, Professor Andrej Nowak presents his book about the Polish-Bolshevik war of 1920.

Pro-life volunteers attacked by left-wing activists in Warsaw

The car of the Pro - Right to Life Foundation was stopped in the middle of a tram crossing by a group of far-left activists.

Christian app launches world’s first artificial intelligence audio Bible

Founded by London-based Mark Wagner, Soultime is an app for Christian meditation.

Jack Posobiec attacked by Antifa in Lincoln Park

Left-wing activists have shown once again how little they practise the tolerance they have in their slogans.