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    FAISALABAD, Pakistan (Anawim Today) – Maryam Lal, a Pakistani Christian nurse and a third year student nurse, Navish Arooj, both of whom were working in the District Headquarter Hospital in the Pakistani city of Faisalabad on Thursday April 8 were accused of having committed blasphemy against Prophet Muhammad aft...

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    ASMARA, Eritrea (Anawim Today)- Release International, a UK based charity has said that the arrest of another 35 Christians in Eritrea last weeks has further dampened the hopes of religious freedom in the country.   “The latest arrests dash hopes of a change of heart towards Christians in that country,...

    Myanmar military strikes displace more than 20,000 in northern Karen...

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     NORTHERN KAREN STATE, Myanmar (Anawim Today)- More than 20,000 people have been reportedly displaced as of April 1 following airstrikes by the Myanmar’s army in the northern Karen state.   A Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW) press release issued to Anawim Today on Tursday, April 1 quoted the Fr...

    World urged to heed to refugees after March 29 Jihadist attack in Mo...

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    CABO DELGADO, Mozambique (Anawim Today)- A priest has expressed fears over the fate of the faithful who fled Palma, in Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado province, following Monday’s March 29 attack. Speaking to Catholic charity Aid to the Church in Need (ACN), Father António Chamboco said that, with thousands s...

    Pakistani Catholic volunteers prepare to guard churches ahead of Eas...

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    LAHORE, Pakistan (Anawim Today)- Catholic volunteer guards in Pakistan are preparing to defend their churches in the run-up to Easter, a time when Christian communities around the world face a heightened threat of terrorist attack.  With global concern peaking in the wake of the Palm Sunday, March 28 suicid...

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 NORTHERN KAREN STATE, Myanmar (Anawim Today)- More than 20,000 people have been reportedly displaced as of April 1 following airstrikes by the Myanmar’s army in the northern Karen state.   A Christia...

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World urged to heed to refugees after March 29 Jihadist attack in Mozambique...

CABO DELGADO, Mozambique (Anawim Today)- A priest has expressed fears over the fate of the faithful who fled Palma, in Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado province, following Monday’s March 29 attack. Speaking to Catholic...

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Mozambique: Fear and panic as Daesh ‘seize’ town...

CABO DELGADO, Mozambique (Anawim Today)- A surge in Islamist violence in Mozambique – resulting in claims that Daesh (ISIS) has captured the port town of Palma – has created a fresh wave of panic.   &n...

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  BAOJI CITY, CHINA (Anawim Today)- Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW) said Monday, March 29 that it learnt last week that the charges against human rights lawyer Chang Weiping ha...

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Pakistani court’s verdict in relation to Arzoo Raja is a mockery of justice...

Karachi, Pakistan (Anawim Today)- Monday, October 26, will go down in Pakistan’s judicial history as a black day, when a High Court judge in the southern port city of Karachi gave custody of Arzoo Raja, a 13-year-old Pakistani Christian girl, to Ali Azhar, a 44-year- old Muslim man, who had allegedly abducted Arzoo on October 13 and subsequently allegedly raped, converted and married her. Two days after her disappearance the accused presented himself in a local police station. The police t...

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