USCIRF criticises out Iran’s death sentence penalty for protesters
Protests across Iran are turning into a country-wide revolution.
UK elected officials characterised by "religious illiteracy"
The Equality Act claiming religious equality does not prevent Christians to face discrimination in their workplace.
Swedish Liberal Party wants to establish new religious independent schools
The chairman of the Christian Free School Council, Jan Rosman, says this "would definitely be a violation of religious freedom".
US Department of State releases report on religious freedom across the world
The reports was announced back in November. Its full version has recently been released.
Freedom of religion under threat in Ukraine amid Russian invasion
The situation in Crimea is an example of the hostile treatment by Russian authorities against religious minorities.
USCIRF hearing addresses the lack of religious freedom in Syria
Islamic groups of various kinds threaten the safety and stability of war-torn Syria
Virginia passes law defining religion as including "outward expression"
The bill was introduced by Del. Irene Shin, a Democrat representing northern Virginia
Indian authorities urge pastors to cease their religious activities
Uttar Pradesh has seen the most significant incidents of Christian persecution over the years.
Algerian Christians have been fined for “unauthorised worship”
The 11 Algerians, plus one French guest speaker, gathered in Tizi-Ouzou on December 4 for a worship event.
Provinces in China are to issue online license for religious activities
The CCP's goal is to tighten the party’s grip on religion.