In the Philippines, the national disaster agency takes stock of tropical storm Nalgae.
Between Niger and Burkina Faso, Christians suffer violence from jihadists, but their churches remain full
"We live with fear in our stomachs, but we move forward together with Christ who gives us his word that consoles us every day. Despite the situation, our faith is increasing, our churches are full every Sunday for prayer."
In eastern Uganda, a pastor was killed on March 10 by members of his family because of his Christian faith. Adinani Bulwa was facing Muslim opposition in northern Uganda and chose to return home to the east of the country
A human rights group takes stock of the "massacre of Christians" in Nigeria in 2023.
"I refused to renounce Jesus as the Son of God. They started beating me": a Christian testifies to the persecution
"They broke into the house, shouting that I had blasphemed against the Islamic religion and trying to force me to confess that Jesus is not the Son of God, and that Allah is the only God to worship and Muhammad is his prophet."
"We want to thank God and everyone who has continued to pray for us. We express our relief at his release and thank the Australian Government and all those who have contributed to his release over time."
1 in 7 Christians persecuted: Vatican reminds UN that religious freedom is 'one of the minimum conditions for a dignified way of life'
The Permanent Observer of the Holy See to the United Nations spoke about religious freedom in Geneva during the 52nd session of the Human Rights Council.
An advocacy organization for victims of religious persecution calls on the Vietnamese government to ensure that Pastor Nguyen Trung Ton receives treatment.
"He started yelling at his wife saying, 'Why did you lie to me and say you were going for a medical check-up and decided to go to church instead?'"
"I said to the artificial intelligence 'We're at the church convention, you're a preacher...what would a church service be like?'."