Two Christian pastors from South Sudan who traveled north to Sudan and were arrested on charges of spying could face the death penalty when their trial begins next week, according to their attorneys.
A Muslim mob in Deder, Ethiopia, has forced a Christian man from his home in order to build a mosque on his land despite court rulings that guaranteed the Christian's property rights.
Last week, Hindus nationalists vandalized three churches in Madhya Pradesh, all during the same night.
More than 70 Christian farmers have been murdered last month in Plateau State, Nigeria, after a series of assaults by Muslim Fulani cattle herders.
Sudanese authorities have arrested two South Sudanese pastors who are now facing the death penalty.
Three pastors on Tanzania's Mafia island were summoned by the district registration office last week, confirming fears that the recent government threat to close the island's churches would soon start.
Last month a court in the Russian city of Orel sentenced a pastor to five days in prison.
Yet another Christian has been convicted of blasphemy for "ridiculing or insulting a heavenly religion" in violation of the Egyptian Penal Code's Article 98(f).
Iranian authorities have been threatening to hold an imprisoned American-Iranian pastor in prison indefinitely, according to Morning Star News.
Last month, a mob of more than 60 Hindu nationalists attacked two Christian schools in the city of Hazaribagh in India's Jharkhand State.
The first-hand account from the International Mission Board is one of many reports surfacing of how Nepal's Christian minority is regrouping after a 7.8-magnitude earthquake collapsed many churches during their main weekly worship services, Christianity Today reported.
Christians have all fled their village in northeast India after a brutal April attack.
In a video released April 19, an Islamic State spokesman gave Christians three choices: convert to Islam, submit to Islam, or be killed by Islam.
The failure of Hindu nationalists to pass a so-called freedom of religion law has been hailed as a victory for Christians and other religious minorities in India.
The Tanzanian Minister of Home Affairs threatened that churches and other religious organizations that publicly oppose the country's new constitution will be unregistered beginning on April 20.
A priest in India has accused its government of inaction after an April attack on a church in the town of Agra.
Christians in Niger are still recovering from violent attacks in January carried out in the aftermath of the Charlie Hebdo massacre that resulted in the destruction of dozens churches throughout the country.
The Hong Kong Catholic Diocese has become concerned about the state of the Catholic Church in mainland China.
Before he died on Wednesday, a Christian youth in Lahore, Pakistan, had told police that two Muslims on a motorbike had set him afire because of his faith.
A video purportedly made by Islamic State and posted on social media sites on Sunday appeared to show militants shooting and beheading about 30 Ethiopian Christians in Libya.