Refugees start to arrive in Europe after a nationwide crackdown on yet another banned Christian group, founded in Henan by Xu Yongze.
Myanmar’s largest non-state army on Friday freed 100 ethnic Wa Christians it had detained, but continues to hold more than 100 ethnic Lahu Christians in a crackdown on religious freedom in mountainous territory the rebel faction controls in Shan state.
Turkish authorities should deepen their investigation into the whereabouts of a prominent Saudi journalist who has not been seen or heard from since he visited the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2, 2018, Human Rights Watch said today.
People of the Uighur diaspora are lobbying governments around the world to pressurize China to release information about the fate of their missing family members.
As the number of women locked up in the US grows, Oklahoma has the grim distinction of being the state incarcerating more women per capita than any other.
Authorities are closely monitoring house churches with foreign affiliations disguising anti-religious activities as the fight against “foreign infiltration forces.”