Asia Bibi wants to be a voice for persecuted Christians around...

Asia Bibi, a Christian woman once sentenced to death for alleged blasphemy in Pakistan, wants to be a voice for Christians around the world

Myanmar’s COVID crisis worsens as mistrust of junta infects health system

Medics say people's reluctance to be tested for COVID-19 or to enter quarantine could lead to more infections

US officials hit China’s ‘repression’ of Uyghurs at international religious freedom...

The three-day summit addresses religious persecution around the world, but has focused heavily on China’s targeting of Uyghurs

Chinese activists remember Nobel peace laureate Liu Xiaobo, four years after...

Dissidents vowed to keep the spirit of Liu's activism alive in spite of ever-widening controls on public speech in China

Holy See to UN: Children should not be ‘collateral victims’ of...

Children conceived as a result of sexual violence should be given attention and programs to ensure their protection, said the Vatican

Myanmar turmoil deepens as clashes spread

When army trucks arrived at Depayin around dawn last Friday, local youths assembled to fight back

Death of Indian Jesuit while in detention stirs outcry in India,...

The United Nations said it was deeply disturbed by the death of the 84-year-old priest who championed the rights of indigenous peoples

Asian leaders among ‘predators of press freedom’ listed by media watchdog

The "predators" reportedly trampled on press freedom through censorship, by jailing journalists or by inciting violence against media workers

Catholic writer detained for ‘inciting secession’ in China’s Hebei province

Writer and activist Pang Jian had written about Hebei's extensive Catholic church community and unique culture

Another Protestant church set on fire in Indonesia’s Western Sulawesi province

Attacks on Christians and places of worship have been happening more often in recent months, said residents

New report hits ‘intense’ crackdowns on internet freedoms in Myanmar

The report said Myanmar's military coup threatened the internet’s ability to facilitate democracy

‘Sad, lonely feeling’: Tokyo man evicted twice, 50 years apart, for...

Across from the gleaming stadium, and just uphill from the site of his now-destroyed former home, is a small park with a set of Olympic rings

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