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Baptist group in Myanmar’s Chin state condemns killing of local pastor

Pastor Cung Biak Hum, 31, was shot and killed when he and several others ran to put out fires set by government soldiers

Pakistan’s anti-forced conversion bill draws concern from clerics

Religious leaders are objecting to several provisions of the proposed measure, including the minimum age of conversion

Universitas Katolik di Makau dibolehkan merekrut siswa di China daratan

Universitas Katolik di Makau mendapat lampu hijau untuk merekrut mahasiswa dari China daratan, meskipun sebagai 'eksperimen dasar' dan hanya untuk empat program pascasarjana.

Pemimpin Katolik Sri Lanka minta polisi selidiki klaim biksu tentang serangan teror

Pemimpin Gereja Katolik di Sri Lanka mendesak kepolisian untuk melakukan penyelidikan atas klaim seorang biksu Buddha bahwa teroris akan melakukan serangan baru di negara itu.

Photos: Remembering those who stood for freedom in The Philippines

On Sept. 21, 2021, activists and human rights workers offered wreaths for those who fought for freedom during the years of martial law

Indian bishop stirs hornet’s nest with ‘narcotic jihad’ remark

Critics see the bishop’s remark plays into the hands of the "Hindutva,” an ideology that views all religions other than Hinduism as foreign

Catholic university in Macau allowed to recruit students in mainland China

The University of Saint Joseph has been given, for the first time, “carte blanche” to recruit students from the mainland

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Lao Christians formerly evicted from their villages still wait for new homes

Christians in rural areas of Laos remain subject to discrimination at the hands of local authorities despite protection under national law

The Church under fire in India

The strongest force driving anti-Christian hatred in the country is the spiritual impact and warfare

Thai lawmakers vote on law against torture, disappearances

The draft law passed a first reading in parliament, though it is not clear when lawmakers will take it up again

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