Pakistan Court Acquits Christian Facing Execution For Blasphemy

A high court in Pakistan has acquitted a Christian father who spent years on death row for blasphemy against Islam, his defense team confirmed to Worthy News.

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Thousands Of Christians Fearful As India Faces 12th Anniversary Of Deadly Attacks

The 12th anniversary of one of India`s deadliest attacks against Christians is marked by concerns that thousands have not yet returned to their homes for fear of reprisals. Additionally, authorities are declining to investigate hundreds of cases, religious rights investigators told Worthy News.

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UK Appeals Court: Christian adoption agency cannot refuse placements with same-sex couples when it works on behalf of local government authorities

A UK Appeals Court has ruled that, while it is working with government authorities, a Christian adoption and foster care agency cannot refuse to place children with same-sex couples, the Christian Post reports. The Court ruled Tuesday that the Cornerstone Adoption and Fostering Service can recruit carers who identify as evangelical, provided it does not legally require them to be heterosexual.

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Brother-in-Law of Christian Asia Bibi Killed in Pakistan

The brother-in-law of Asia Bibi, a Christian woman who faced the death penalty for “blasphemy” against Islam, has been killed, local Christians confirmed Wednesday.

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Asia Bibi gives first newspaper interview, says she is only one among many victims of blasphemy law

Asia Bibi, the Christian mother held on death row for 8 years in Pakistan under blasphemy charges, recently gave her first-ever newspaper interview with the Sunday Telegraph.

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UN Demands Iran's Islamic Regime Give Christians a Fair Trial

Four U.N. human rights experts have issued a joint statement, urging Iran to ensure 'a fair and transparent final hearing' at the country's Revolutionary Court for three Iranian Christians who have been sentenced for 'conducting evangelism' and 'illegal house church activities,' among other charges.

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