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Nigerian student beaten to death over "blasphemous" WhatsApp message

“Muslim students and teachers don’t like Christians in the school,” a student from the school was quoted as saying.

Middle East’s largest Armenian church has reopened in Turkey

The church’s foundation submitted a request to the government to appoint a permanent clergyman to the church.

Open Doors calls Nigeria "the world’s scariest country to be a Christian"

Last year, Nigeria earned the distinction of being the country with the world’s worst persecution in ICC’s Persecutor of the Year.

Iranian Christians sentenced to ten years in jail

Abbas and Maryam were fined $2000 USD each and also face two-year international travel bans.

Nigerian priest released after after a month of captivity

Nigerian priest Fr. Felix Zakari Fidson, kidnapped on March 24, was released on May 3.

Burmese military targeted a Catholic village several times

Thousands of people were forced to flee their homes to nearby safe areas.

Azerbaijani military targets Armenian civilians

Azerbaijan has violated the ceasefire by crossing the line in the past 18 months since the end of the 44 Day War.

Teacher suspended for not using trans pronouns secures temporary court order

Neither the school district nor the school had a "formal policy" in place dictating that teachers use the preferred pronouns.

Algerian Christians have been fined for “unauthorised worship”

The 11 Algerians, plus one French guest speaker, gathered in Tizi-Ouzou on December 4 for a worship event.

8 additional Christians killed by Fulani herdsmen in Nigeria

Last year, Nigeria earned the title of the worst country for Christian persecution in ICC’s 2021 Persecutor of the Year Awards.