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Uyghur college grad sentenced to 5 years in prison for disturbing...

Sayramoghli was living in Turkey when she learned that police arrested her younger brother along with three friends

Indian government withdraws foreign funding license from prominent Jesuit research institute

Interior Ministry pointed to supposed infractions of Foreign Contribution Regulation Act, which governs the issuance and renewal of licenses

Christian leaders protest Assam state law against ‘magic healers’

The state cabinet approved the bill, ostensibly to crack down on magical and fraudulent healing practices, in the name of people’s health

Indian Government revokes registration of Catholic aid group, sparking concerns for...

Yet another Catholic aid organization has been stripped of its registration under the stringent Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA), a crucial lifeline for securing...

Tibetan woman detained and beaten for social media posts critical of...

Tsering Tso, 39, was subjected to “administrative detention” for 15 days from Oct. 26 to Nov. 10, 2023, in the Kyegudo

Caritas Philippines calls for end of violence against Church in Nicaragua 

The dictatorship of Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega has ended the year 2023 with two bishops, 15 priests, and two seminarians in custody

Pope Francis: Seed of goodness will bear fruit

Pope Francis challenged the faithful to examine their commitment to witnessing the Gospel with consistency, humility, and confidence

Hebei, Chinese police ban children of Baoding from celebrating Christmas

In a province where the presence of Catholics has historically been strong, authorities deployed imposing "security" measures on Christmas

Xinjiang is ‘one of the most heavily policed regions in the...

There are twice as many PAP mobile attachments in Xinjiang than in Beijing, despite having only a fraction of the capital’s population

Khmer Krom Buddhists say they face persecution at Vietnam pagoda

Thach Chanh Da Ra was targeted by authorities because he welcomed Khmer Krom activists like Duong Khai at the Dai Tho pagoda

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