Malaysia on Friday said it charged three Muslim men over the firebombing of a church that took place after a court ruled in favor of non-Christians using the word "Allah" to refer to God.
Wall Street leaders are being called to donate a tenth of their expected bonuses this year to help rebuild Haiti.
Police from a central state in Nigeria have arrested more than 300 people suspected of being involved in a massive inter-religious conflict earlier this month that left nearly 500 people dead.
The U.S. Marines Corps said it is concerned about the secret Bible codes embossed on gun sights used in Iraq and Afghanistan. Critics warn that the codes could incite Muslim extremists who are already convinced that the U.S. is waging a religious war in Muslim countries.
The Malaysian police has arrested eight people suspected in an arson attack on a church that took place after the High Court's recent controversial "Allah" ruling.
Two prominent leaders of the separation of church and state debate recently argued whether it is "alarming" that a self-described para-church ministry has received millions in government funds for its drug treatment program.
More than 40 people were killed in a Muslim-Christian clash this past weekend in a central Nigerian city with a history of volatile relations between the two faith communities.
President Obama proclaimed Jan. 16 as Religious Freedom Day in the United States in commemoration of a statute passed by America's forefathers that declared freedom of religion as a natural right of all humanity.
More than 100 Coptic Christian teens have been arrested by security forces in Egypt in what the Christian community considers as pressure from the government to play down the recent fatal church shooting that made international headlines.
Leaders of evangelical churches in the Middle East unanimously voted Tuesday in favor of a statement supporting the ordination of women as pastors.
The human rights situation in reclusive North Korea is one of the worst in the world, declared the new U.S. envoy for human rights in North Korea on Monday while in Seoul.
Police on Monday reported the eighth arson attack on a church in Malaysia since the High Court ruled that non-Muslims can use the word "Allah" to refer to God.
Egyptian police on Friday arrested three men suspected of carrying out the drive-by shooting at a church that killed six people.
Greek Orthodox churches began Christmas celebrations Wednesday as Palestinian Christians in Bethlehem held protests against church leaders for allegedly selling land to Israelis
A Christian home-visit teacher in the United Kingdom was suspended by her company after she offered to pray for one of her sick students.
A car bomb exploded Tuesday near a northern Iraqi church, injuring a dozen people. The blast occurred near St. George Church.
There were at least 1,237 crimes committed against Christian churches and ministries in the United States this past year, according to a report released Monday.
A number of South Korean church leaders have criticized a U.S. activist's illegal entry into North Korea, saying that his action will cause more harm than good for the North Korean Christians and citizens he meant to help.
An official of South Sudan's government says Sudan is in danger of witnessing another civil war between the Muslim north and the Christian and animist south unless the international community intervenes.
A group of Shiite Muslims attacked an Assyrian Christian town in Northern Iraq on Christmas morning, according to reports over the weekend.
A Columbian governor banned Christianity on a reservation for indigenous people and has imprisoned 28 of the natives for refusing to renounce their Christian faith.
The head of the Eastern Orthodox Church said Christians are treated like second-class citizens in Turkey, the land where the equivalent of the Orthodox Church's "Vatican" lies.
Excavators for the first time have found the remains of a home from the time of Jesus in Nazareth, Israel's Antiquities Authority announced Monday.
Despite President Obama's urgent tone and expressed commitment to reach a climate deal in his Copenhagen speech on Friday, the United States is still not doing enough, said a Christian relief agency.
Thirty elderly Christian women who were arrested by Eritrean authorities earlier this month have been released, a Christian persecution watchdog announced Wednesday.