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2010 (By Year)
Eritrea - hotbed of persecution
Eritrean authorities have released a group of elderly Christian women who were arrested during a prayer meeting.
8 years counting - No. Korea top persecutor
For the eighth straight year, the communist nation of North Korea has been named the top persecutor of Christians worldwide.
U.S. missionary's North Korean incursion: Publicity stunt?
An advocate for persecuted Christians calls U.S. missionary Robert Park's incursion into North Korea on Christmas Eve a "publicity stunt" that's likely to do more harm than good.
Malaysian churches attacked amid 'Allah' dispute
Malaysian officials say attackers have fire-bombed one church and tried to set another ablaze amid a growing conflict over the use of the word "Allah" by non-Muslims.
Iran named 2nd-worst persecutor of Christians
Christians in Iran continue to face tough times as unrest grows throughout that country.
U.S. post for religious freedom still vacant
Open Doors is calling on President Barack Obama to appoint an ambassador-at-large for international religious freedom.
Egyptian Christians call for right to build churches
Egyptian activists have protested in front of parliament and called for legislation giving Christians equal rights as Muslims to build houses of worship.
Report of Park's 'sincere repentance' questioned
A human-rights activist is skeptical about a North Korean report concerning the release of a Korean-American who entered North Korea on Christmas Day to call attention to the continued denial of basic human rights there.
A bad year for Christians in China
ChinaAid has released its latest persecution report that covers Christian persecution in 2009 -- specifically of house churches throughout China.
Christians murdered, story overlooked
A pro-family leader wonders where the outrage is in the wake of the cold-blooded murder of two Christians who were street-witnessing in Florida.
Freedom sought for Christian Chinese
Efforts are under way to raise awareness of the plight of a Christian Chinese citizen who has been held by authorities for more than a year.
NK's Kim celebrates, citizens go hungry
The communist dictator of North Korea celebrated his birthday earlier this week as citizens across the country starved.
Mosul perilous for Christians
A dramatic increase in persecution against Christians is taking place in Mosul.
Israel confronts Spanish anti-Semitism
The leader of a Messianic Jewish ministry isn't surprised by the recent report of blatant anti-Semitism in Spain.
Nigerian Christians attacked, hundreds killed
Violence has ensued in three Nigerian Christian villages.
Chinese gov't issues credible threats against church
Communist Chinese officials have said that a major evangelical church in one city will soon be destroyed.
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