Current data cover the period from the 1st of October 2019 to the 30th of September 2020
Ethiopia is Africa’s second-most populated country and home to over eighty distinct ethnic groups.
In 2019, Thomson Reuters reported that more than 500,000 refugees worldwide have left Eritrea, up from 486,200 a year earlier.
Eritrea is one of the world’s most reclusive states. It is often referred to as the “North Korea of Africa”.
Release International has claimed that in some countries, charities are discriminating against needy Christians.
The NGO Christian Solidarity Worldwide sounded the alarm about the recent arrests taking place in Eritrea.
"Faces of the persecution" (Faces da Perseguição) will be a weekly series that presents the life of persecuted Christians
Over the past two years, over 30 churches have been attacked in Ethiopia - half burned to the ground.
Tens of thousands of Eritreans are currently detained without trial in life threatening conditions in the country.