Arrests of Non-Denominational Christians Continue in ‘North Korea of Africa’

Thirty Pentecostal Christians were arrested in the Eritrea Capital of Asmara recently, continuing a trend of government crackdowns on non-organized religion in the East African country that saw 141 more Christians arrested on May 10th.

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Indian Christian Man: ‘Everything Now Is Gone’ Following Government Demolition of His School for Orphans

A Christian man in Odisha State, India, who built a school for orphaned children 8 years ago, had his life’s work devastated on May 13th when local officials demolished the school and its dormitories following sabotage of his application for a land lease.

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Ugandan Muslims Wield Influence Against Police to Shut Down Open-Air Evangelism

Bwera, a city on Uganda’s Western border with Democratic Republic of Congo, has banned open-air evangelistic preaching due to threats from Muslim clerics following the conversions of 35 Muslims.

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Protests Over Death of Nigerian Christian Man Lead to More Reprisals by Muslim Fulani Herdsmen

Another spate of violence against Christians by Muslim Fulani Herdsmen occurred in Nigeria's Plateau State last week, following the discovery of a Christian man’s body that led to protests by Christians against repeated Muslim aggression.

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