Pakistan’s Supreme Court on Wednesday acquitted a Christian woman who has been on death row for nearly eight years on blasphemy charges.
Programs to rebuild Iraqi Christian communities destroyed by Islamic State are being implemented with the support of $300 million from the United States.
A newly filed lawsuit alleges a Wisconsin community college violated the First Amendment rights of one of its students when it prevented her from handing out religious-themed Valentine’s Day cards earlier this year.
Jihadist militant organization Boko Haram confirmed a 15-year-old schoolgirl, kidnapped by the group in February, is still alive this week.
The University of Iowa faces a lawsuit for preventing campus groups from choosing their leaders, a policy that led to 38 groups of Christians, Sikhs, and others being deregistered.
The Chinese government claims to guarantee religious freedom to its citizens, but evidence continues to mount that President Xi Jinping is carrying out the greatest persecution of Christians in the country since the days of Mao Zedong.
The Iranian government’s persecution of Christians increased over the past month, according to information gathered by the nonprofit International Christian Concern.
Twenty-eight states have joined together to file an amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court to protect a 93-year-old cross honoring World War I veterans, and the case has broader implications for memorials nationwide.