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Christians in Egypt: much light, but lingering shadows

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“We are not asking for much and we are being realistic. Unfortunately, there are still many people who consider Christians to be second-class citizens.”

Nigeria, in grip of Islamist violence and banditry, is ‘at war’

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“They came out of nowhere one morning and murdered everyone in a matter of minutes.”

Islamist terror targeting Christians is on the rise in Indonesia

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“They see Christians as one of their enemies. They see Christians as thogut, an Arabic term for those who disobey God’s regulations. “

Is genocide underway in Ethiopia’s Tigray region?

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“Our sisters have been raped. Some of them we had to take to the hospital, even nuns have been raped.”

In Nigeria, ACN helps victims of Boko Haram—the story of S.

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“She saw spirits and people without heads. She was plagued by constant flashbacks, hallucinations and disturbing thoughts.”

Nigeria: Bishop seeks release of 75-year-old kidnapped priest

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“Father Bello’s death is part of the senseless and endless losses that have engulfed our nation. We are all literally under the sword in Nigeria, a country that is being consumed by a barbaric horde of humanity.”

‘Miracle’ in Indonesia—sacristan prevents suicide bombers from entering cathedral

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“I did not know what had hit me. I just felt something was burning. It was very hot. And blood poured out of my wounds. Yet, I still could stand. My heart said: ‘God, please help me. I am burning.’”

Democratic Republic of the Congo: ‘We are in a state of utter misery’

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He calls it Islamization because “anyone who has been kidnapped by these terrorist groups and managed to escape from them alive has told the same story. They were given the choice between death and converting to Islam.”

Leah Sharibu, a Christian girl kidnapped by Boko Haram in Nigeria, turns 18

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“We, along with the whole world, are waiting for you. We are waiting for this miracle of seeing you alive one day.”

Christians are cast aside in Bangladesh

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“In the marketplace and in restaurants, separate plates, glasses and cups are reserved for ethnic indigenous peoples; Muslims and Hindus won’t use the same utensils as we do.”

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