Human rights group Christian Solidarity Worldwide says it is "gravely" concerned for the future of two American journalists who have been condemned to 12 years of hard labor in North Korea.
More than 1,000 people have fled from a camp for internally displaced people in Burma's Karen State amid fears of an attack by the Burmese Army.Tags Human Rights
Young people from Bewdley Baptist Church in Worcestershire have sent a petition to their local MP highlighting the problems of sanitation in the developing world.
This Easter, the town of Tywyn in Wales will play host to a train journey that will in both the physical and spiritual sense mark the 14 stations of the cross.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu has condemned as "disgraceful" the decision of the South African government to refuse the Dalai Lama a visa for a peace conference meant to promote the 2010 World Cup.
The Eritrean government has released three elderly Christian men after holding them in a military prison camp and police facility. Persecution watchdog Open Doors said that the physical condition of the men, all in their 80s, was not immediately clear.
Staff and students at the Queen's Foundation for Ecumenical Theological Education and St. Francis Hall at the University of Birmingham will hold a special service of lamentation on Friday to mark the sixth anniversary of the start of the Iraq war.
The Roman Catholic Church in Spain has launched a campaign against abortion following the government's announcement earlier in the month that it intends to liberalize the country's 1985 abortion law.Tags Abortion
A Christian minister and TV show host was attacked in what police are calling a "faith hate" crime. They also threatened to break his legs if he returned to work on his gospel program.
Christian leaders in India have called on all political parties to bring justice for the Indian Christian community ahead of a new general election in the country.