The Masih brothers worked on land owned by the Dogar family. The latter are Muslim and some of its members used to get drunk and beat the tenants. When Asif and Khadim decided to quit, they were abducted. Nothing has … Continue reading
Burmese authorities are imposing new restrictions on religious activities in Kachin State, according to information received by Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW).
Editor’s Note: The I-5 corridor running right through our little town of Redding, and connecting us to Portland Oregon, where this case originates, is known to be one of the primary transportation routes for human trafficking. It is said that … Continue reading
A Christian woman convicted of “blasphemy” in Pakistan still faces the death penalty as she remains imprisoned see earlier story). But according to her husband, she is still trusting in God. Asia Bibi received the death penalty on “trumped up” charges … Continue reading
China (MNN) ― China’s meteoric rise to power over the last two decades is likely one of the most significant developments of the marketplace. Today, it has amassed the wealth and power so that every move can be calculated to … Continue reading
PHNOM PENH, CAMBODIA – After years of operating brothels where girls were bought and sold for sex, a very well-connected and powerful brothel owner has been arrested by the Anti-Human Trafficking Unit of the Cambodian National Police in an operation … Continue reading
CHENNAI, INDIA – Ramesh addressed a small room full of children, women and men, gathered from many villages throughout South India. His audience shared a common story: Once victims of forced labor slavery, the families were learning how to live … Continue reading
Todd Frye, chair of MidAmerica Nazarene University’s Department of Counselor Education, is blogging for NCN News as he makes a trip with fellow MidAmerica professor Mark Hayse (professor of Christian Education and Youth Ministry) to the Philippines for the Church of the … Continue reading
22/10/2011 – A report by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) stated that children trafficked into the UK faced a life of sexual exploitation and working in the drug trade. The report claimed that out of the 202 … Continue reading
The government of Kazakhstan enacted two new laws on Oct. 24, 2011, further restricting freedom of religion. All registered churches must now re-register with the government, and only churches meeting new criteria will be registered.