Some members of the U.S. Congress are trying to focus attention on the devastating impact on religious minorities during the military government of Egypt.
An American-Iranian pastor has now been in prison in Iran for 142 days of an eight-year sentence.
The United States is not the only country that celebrates Thanksgiving, but this one may be surprising. And sad.
Americans this Thanksgiving are being asked to remember an American pastor imprisoned in Iran.
An expert on human rights in China suggests that country's latest edict claiming it is easing up on the one-child policy shouldn't be believed.
The radical Islamist group responsible for an epidemic of church bombings and other crimes in Nigeria has been formally designated a "foreign terrorist organization" by the U.S. State Department.
The U.S. government has finally taken a step to help Nigeria in its fight against terrorist attacks, particularly one group.
Gospel-starved North Korea is the target of a Colorado-based ministry and its Bible bombing.
There is more disturbing news about an American pastor jailed in Iran since January.
An American of Korean descent jailed in North Korea has the distinction of being behind bars longer than any other American arrested in the country since the Korean War.
There has been a bad turn of events for an American pastor serving an eight-year prison term in Iran.
A Pakistani Christian is in fear of his life because of a frequently misused blasphemy law.
Cyclone victims in India are still crying out for help and hope as the International Day of Prayer approaches, and that's not the only cry going forth from suffering people.
One California-based think tank is hosting a forum to shed light on the persecution of Christians all over the world.
Persecution of Christians continues in Vietnam, where the government has become a little more selective in its victimizing.
Authorities in Israel are taking seriously recent attacks on Christian properties in and around Jerusalem.