Shanghai Bishop Jin Luxian Dies at 96
Shanghai Bishop Jin Luxian, who revived the Catholic church in China's financial hub after years of Maoist persecution, has died. He was 96.
Report documents 'Rohingya persecution'
Rights group says Myanmar's minority Muslim group has been subjected to ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity.
Egypt's Coptic Christians live in fear of Islamic extremists
The group has long faced persecution, but many feel the aggression is now more systematic. 'They set a Christian man on fire the other day,' a woman says near Cairo. CAIRO — The Mass was celebrated as if from centuries past: A bearded priest veiled in incense chanted for grace in a church along the Nile, near the spot where Christians believe Jesus and his mother sought refuge in an earlier age of bloodshed and uncertainty.
Propaganda desensitizes Iranian public to Baha'i persecution
Daily discrimination against Baha'is in Iran continues as President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad convinces the Iranian population of the Religion's attempt to undermine the State.
Atheists say abandoned by EU in U.N. rights council
GENEVA (Reuters) - Atheist groups, who say millions of non-religious people face persecution in many parts of the world, accused the European Union on Friday of failing to stand up for their rights...
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