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Read more...China: concerns about ongoing church demolitions and removals of religious symbols in Zhejiang Province
Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW) is concerned about the ongoing church demolitions and the removals of religious symbols in Zhejiang Province, amid growing reports of the use of extra-judicial measures and violent tactics by the authorities. 28/07/2014

Saint Charles Catholic ChurchRead more...Nigeria: eight die in three bomb attacks in 24 hour period
At least eight people have died in three bomb attacks that rocked the capital of Kano State in northern Nigeria within a 24-hour period. 28/07/2014

Read more...CSW urges Pope Francis to highlight suffering of North Koreans during papal visit to South Korea
Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW) today urged Pope Francis to highlight the suffering of the people of North Korea during his Papal visit to South Korea next month, and in particular to speak out for freedom of religion and an end to the severe persecution of Christians living under Kim Jong-Un’s regime. 25/07/2014

Read more...Sudan: Meriam Ibrahim arrives in Italy
Meriam Ibrahim and her family have arrived safely in Italy after criminal charges against her and her husband were dismissed and they were permitted to leave the Sudan. 24/07/2014

Read more...Nigeria: explosions in Kaduna State Capital claim 70 lives
A 24-hour curfew, imposed on the Kaduna State capital after separate explosions targeting a prominent Sufi Sheikh and a former military leader on 23 July left at least 70 people dead, has been lifted. 24/07/2014

Read more...CSW calls on Indonesian President-elect Joko Widodo to address rising religious intolerance
Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW) today calls on Indonesian President-elect Joko Widodo and his new government to make it a priority to address rising religious intolerance in Indonesia, which has become a nationwide concern affecting all communities. 23/07/2014

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