Aaron J. Leichman
Nearly two months after extremely heavy monsoon rains unleashed floods in northwest Pakistan, Christian relief groups on the ground say the situation there remains “critical.”
Hundreds of Muslims in the divided region of Kashmir took to the streets Monday night in violent protest over the reported desecration of Qurans in the United States.
Two Christian leaders in Indonesia were ambushed on their way to a church service Sunday, prompting a call from the predominantly Muslim nation’s president for an immediate investigation.
The new president of Operation Mobilization USA has officially taken the helm, announced the Christian mission agency’s board of directors this week.
The stoning sentence of a woman convicted of adultery and murder has been put “on hold,” according to a spokesman for the Iranian Foreign Ministry.
Over 100 members of an Islamic extremist group escaped incarceration Tuesday following a violent raid of their prison in Bauchi, northern Nigeria.
Severe flooding across the Sahel region of West Africa has brought fresh misery to communities already suffering their worst food crisis in decades, reported a Christian relief group working in the area.
A respected Cuban church leader who was unexpectedly arrested and tried in court last week has been cleared of all charges, reported a Christian human rights group Monday.
The Vatican is expected to intervene in the case of an Iranian woman sentenced to death by stoning but “not in a public way.”
An organization that cultivates harmony among the world's religious and spiritual communities is urging people of faith to observe the anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks by “quench[ing] the fires of hatred and violence.”
More than a month since floods started ravaging Pakistan’s northwest region, relief workers on the field say the emergency will “get worse before it gets better.”
Tearfund’s disaster management director of has been appointed as the U.K.-based humanitarian agency’s new international director, according to an announcement Thursday.
A Christian human rights group is calling on Cuban authorities to release a respected church leader who was unexpectedly arrested this week and taken to a town in Central Cuba, where he is expected to stand trial.
A confederation of Catholic relief, development and social service groups is launching a new campaign to put pressure on governments to live up to their anti-poverty promises.
More than eight in ten adults in the world say religion is an important part of their daily lives, according to Gallup surveys conducted last year in 114 countries.