Church in Cambodia Growing.

One of the most brutal modern genocides took place in Cambodia, 40 years ago, when the Khmer Rouge murdered one out of three men, one quarter of the population. In four years, Pol Pot’s madness claimed the lives of 1.7

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Many Turning to Christ in Tibet.

Something amazing is happening in Tibet. Last year, one Tibetan Buddhist priest embraced Jesus Christ and became a Christian pastor. He converted after seeing the love of Christ shown by a group of Christian workers who helped out and provided

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Chinese Church Meets Daily Despite Threats Against It.

Despite ongoing threats, a house church in China’s central Henan province is rejecting an order from the government to stop all religious activities and remove all Christian signs from the building. ChinaAid, has reported that, in September, government personnel informed

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Christian Television Channels Shut Down in Pakistan.

Pakistani officials have banned 11 Christian television channels, leaving the country’s 2.8 million Christians with no public media presence for the first time in nearly two decades. According to India Today, the Pakistani Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) this week banned

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Call to Vietnamese Government to Revise new Religious Laws.

Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW), together with over 50 civil society organisations and Vietnamese religious groups, has called upon the Vietnamese government to further revise its draft Law on Belief and Religion, to conform with Vietnam’s obligations under international human rights law.

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Uzbek Believers Punished for Owning a Bible.

Increasing numbers of Christians in Uzbekistan are being punished simply for the “crime” of having religious literature at home, and Open Doors is asking Christians worldwide to pray for Christians living under the harsh Central Asian dictatorship. One Christian, Stanislav

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Bible Society Gains Registration in Azerbaijan.

After a 20-year fight, the recent registration of a Bible Society in Azerbaijan has brought fresh optimism to the country’s minority Christians. There does, however, remain some confusion over the types of books it will be allowed to print, with

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