'Will the US Army stand by idly while we are killed?': Syriac Christians Ask for US Protection Against New Turkish Offensive

Christians in northern Syria are calling on the US government to intervene as signs mount that a new wave of Turkish incursions into the country is imminent.

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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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U.K. Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt ‘Appalled’ By Global Persecution of Christians

U.K. Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt pledged support from his country for war-torn Nigeria on Wednesday, where the Boko Haram arm of the Islamic State has massacred countless scores of Christians.

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Sudanese Christians Eye Democratic Sudan As Ticket Out of Persecution

Muslims and Christians in Sudan are unifying under the banner of democracy after a rare window of opportunity opened following the ousting of longtime military dictator Omar Al-Bashir.

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Asia Bibi Leaving Pakistan ‘Very Soon’ According to Prime Minister

Pakistan’s Prime Minister has assured media that Asia Bibi, the Christian woman holed up in solitary confinement for ten years after being charged with blasphemy, "will be leaving in weeks," according to the BBC.

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Eritrean Christian Refused to Renounce Faith Even Through 13 Years of Suffering in Prison

An Eritrean Christian has opened up about the 13 years of suffering he underwent for his faith in prison, including being punished for months at a time in a confined cell where he could not even stretch his limbs. Despite the suffering, he refused time and time again to renounce his faith.

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ISIS Militants in Philippines Targeted Christians for Worst Abuse: Report

Dozens of Christian civilians were killed while others in the community bore the brunt of the six-month conflict on the southern Philippine island of Mindanao between the country's military and militants allied to the Islamic State group, which ended last month, according to a detailed report by Amnesty International.

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