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May 25, 2022   •   

A Haven for Early Christians Discovered

As many as 70,000 ancient Christians and Jews sought refuge in a hidden underground city in Turkey in the second and third centuries.

February 22, 2022   •   

Afghanistan Tops Watchdog List of World’s Most Dangerous Countries for Christians

Open Doors’ World Watch List emphasizes persecution of Christians in Afghanistan.

February 9, 2021   •   

Christian Support Group Reveals Underground Network for Believers Fleeing North Korea

International organization that lists North Korea as the most dangerous place in the world to be a Christian provides vital support to Christians fleeing the nation.

January 25, 2021   •   

Global Persecution of Christians Continues, Worsened by the Pandemic

Open Doors USA’s annual report on the global persecution of Christians spotlights 50 countries where Christians are targeted for their faith.

June 4, 2020   •   

Christians Denied Food Aid During COVID-19 Pandemic

As financial and food insecurity ravages much of the world in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Vietnam and Pakistan governments and aid agencies are denying food aid to disadvantaged minority Christians because of their faith.

June 2, 2020   •   

Watchdog Group Reports Worldwide on Persecution of Christians

A nondenominational, nongovernmental Christian watchdog group headquartered in Washington, D.C., is battling Christian persecution by providing assistance to victims and raising public awareness about their plight.

January 27, 2020   •   

10 Worst Countries to Live in as a Christian

North Korea, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India are among the top 10 countries where the persecution of Christians is likely to recur this year, according to a leading Christian charity group’s World Watch List for 2020.

March 22, 2018   •   

U.S. Catholics Concerned About Persecution of Christians and Other Social Problems

Although 40 percent of American Catholics believe that there is severe persecution of Christians around the world, they rank this as less important than other human rights issues such as human trafficking, poverty, climate change and the refugee crisis.

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