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New report documents extremist assaults on Christian women and girls

The report titled “Hear Her Cries” focuses on the phenomenon of young women who are kidnapped because of their sex and religion

Bangladesh resumes moving Rohingya refugees to flood-prone island

Nearly 20,000 members of the stateless minority have already been sent to Bhashan Char island

Police arrest pastor, members of Christian Church in China’s Sichuan province

Authorities in Sichuan included the Early Rain Covenant Church and Early Rain Qingcaodi Church on a list of illegal organizations

South Korean nuns arrested for ‘illegal conversions’ in Nepal freed on...

The nuns spent two months in jail after a district court in the city of Pokhara rejected an earlier bail application

‘Dark future’: The distress of Afghan women who can no longer...

The United Nations predicts half of Afghanistan's population could run out of food during the long, cold winter

Asian child rights coalition calls for release of arrested Filipino rights...

Rights groups said Ujano “has always been in the public eye in the last three decades for her non-profit work"

Photos: Back home in the bosom of the family

Families and relatives of victims of the Philippines’ ‘war on drugs’ receive the urn of ashes of their departed kin on Nov. 15, 2021

Catholic bishop in China resurfaced after alleged kidnapping by authorities

Aside from saying that the faithful in the diocese "thank God" for the bishop’s return, the report did not provide other details

Photos: Climate justice, now!

Environmental defenders and climate activists held a demonstration in the Philippines to mark the Global Day of Action for Climate Justice

Women and climate crisis in the Philippines

Whether it be in policy decision-making or making economic contribution to the family, women lag behind

New report details experience of Christians detained in North Korea

Pope Francis recently received an invitation to visit North Korea when South Korean President Moon Jae-In visited the Vatican on Oct. 29

Catholic priest threatened at gunpoint in Myanmar

The UN said it feared a wider human rights catastrophe amid reports of thousands of troops massing in the north and west of the country

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