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During the recent confirmation hearing for the job as the U.S. Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson was urged by Cory Gardner
Pope Francis asked for forgiveness on Monday for the "sins and failings of the Church" during Rwanda's 1994 genocide, saying he hoped his apology would help heal the African state's wounds.
Bishop Philip North was clearly intimidated and hounded out of consideration.
Five Christian leaders in China's northeastern Liaoning province, who were arrested for allegedly purchasing and selling Christian books, now received prison sentences for doing so.
Supreme Court of India on Wednesday held that the process of appointment of a principal in minority institution is open to judicial review.
Two South Korean Christian pastors have been arrested in China for allegedly helping to smuggle North Korean defectors out of the country.
Religion is getting pushed further out of the public eye after a number of lawsuits have ruled that employers are able to punish or dismiss employees for displays of religious affiliation or belief.
Jan Figel, Special Envoy for the Promotion of Freedom of Religion or Belief outside the European Union, who visited Sudan from the March 14 to 17