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Philippine Catholic missionaries decry allegation of ‘terrorist financing’

“RMP’s mission work has been seriously hampered because of the relentless state attacks, depriving much-needed services to the poor,” it said

Philippine Church, civil society leaders decry terrorist designation of retired Catholic...

The Anti-Money Laundering Council imposed a freeze order on the property and funds of ten individuals, including Msgr. Cerbito

Philippine media groups decry order to block websites allegedly linked to...

The NTC “directed” internet service providers to block websites found to be "affiliated to and are supporting ... terrorist groups"

Catholic bishops in Kerala urge gov’t to act firmly against extremist...

The bishops warned against attitudes that please religious and communal organizations that “are extremely detrimental to national security"

Pakistan’s Catholic Church starts beatification process of guard who stopped suicide...

Akash Bashir died a martyr at the age of 20 on March 15, 2015, when he prevented a suicide bomber from entering a church

Indonesia pays US$1.7 million in compensation to 142 terror victims, families

One of those who received compensation on March 4 was the widow of Marten Solong, one of four Christian farmers killed by militants

Volunteer security guard becomes Pakistan’s first candidate for sainthood

Akash died while trying to prevent a suicide bomber from entering a church where about a thousand people were attending a Sunday celebration

Indonesian militant jailed for 15 years over 2002 Bali bombings

Zulkarnaen set up a special JI cell and was described as a "key asset" because of his experience in camps in Afghanistan and the Philippines

Philippines’ faith-based groups call for scrapping of anti-terrorism law

The groups lambasted what they described as “draconian laws and programs” of the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte

Philippine Court affirms anti-terror law, strikes down ‘violative’ provisions

The Supreme Court affirmed the legality of the law but struck out two provisions for being violative of freedom of expression, among others

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