House passes compromise $1.3 trillion budget bill
The U.S. House has easily approved a bipartisan $1.3 trillion measure handing huge spending increases to defense programs and domestic initiatives ranging from road-building to biomedical research.
An advocate for human rights of Christians and religious minorities fears a new trend may be starting in Indonesia, where worshipers at a church were attacked on Sunday by a man with a samurai sword.
A Christian human rights organization has learned that 11 Iranian members of Parliament visited a notorious prison in Tehran late last month to investigate reports of abuse. But the plight of Christians in the jail was ignored.
The head of a pro-Israel ministry says the government of Poland is trying to whitewash history with the passage of a law that regulates Holocaust speech.
Nearly 100 anti-Christian hate crimes were committed by Islamic asylum seekers or refugees in Germany during 2017 – a wave of ongoing violence that was reported by the nation’s Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA).
Continuing the trend of making heroes out of cold-blooded killers, Palestinian children’s television recently aired a program that declares an Islamic terrorist who has murdered more than 100 Israeli Jews a “role model.”
A diplomatic crisis developed over the weekend between Poland and Israel – and prime ministers from both countries are trying to resolve it.
The head of a non-profit organization for religious freedom for everyone finds it unfortunate that domestic politics were involved in the Senate vote on President Trump's selection for international religious freedom ambassador.
Christians are not welcome in the ancient country of Egypt, where they are treated as second-class citizens according to a persecution watchdog group.
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