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Ten Murdered in DRC Attack - International Christian Concern
Suspected terrorists killed ten people in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) last week, according to the Agency French Press.
A Christian Insider's Take on What's Happening in Iraq - International Christian Concern
I recently had the opportunity to chat with an Iraqi believer named Sinan. He shared his insider perspective on what it was like to see the church dwindle in response to the great turmoil in the region.
Hope in Times of Crisis - International Christian Concern
06/05/2023 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – Pastor Rohan had always been a devout man of God, serving his congregations with utmost dedication and love. However, recently, things have been tough for him and his family.
Central Nigeria Massacre - International Christian Concern
A church pastor and his wife were among the 43 Christians murdered last month in two separate village attacks.
Crisis in Burkina Faso - International Christian Concern
Burkina Faso's violence is the world’s most neglected crisis today, leaving “one in four Burkinabè in need of aid."
Newly Elected Plateau State Governor Visits Victims in Nigeria - International Christian Concern
6/1/2023 Nigeria (International Christian Concern) – Four days after his inauguration as the new governor of Plateau State in Nigeria, Barr. Caleb Mutfwang visited communities recently attacked by suspected Fulani militants.
Orphanage Fire in DRC - International Christian Concern
An electrical fire destroyed an orphanage in the DRC and more than 200 children and adults escaped unharmed
Boko Haram Attack in Cameroon - International Christian Concern
Boko Haram fighters in northern Cameroon killed three customs officers, three soldiers, and two civilians on Tuesday.
North Korean Toddler Imprisoned for Life for Bible Possession - International Christian Concern
North Korea has reportedly sentenced a two-year-old to life in prison after his parents were arrested for possessing a Bible.
Fulani Militants Killed Their Husbands, But Not Their Joy in the Lord - International Christian Concern
05/29/2023 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – One day not long ago, on the eastern edge of Nigeria, Amara, her four children, her pastor, and a handful of others gathered inside a newly revamped, cinderblock structure and dedicated the space to the Lord.
Jihadists Kill 15 in Burkina Faso - International Christian Concern
Jihadists killed 15 people Monday in eastern Burkina Faso.
Religious Prisoner Released in Tajikistan - International Christian Concern
Religious prisoner in Tajikistan was released from jail; persecution of people of faith in Tajikistan; Persecution in Central Asia
Religious Freedom in Dire State - International Christian Concern
5/25/2023 Nigeria—Nigeria's new president, Bola Tinubu, is inheriting a country with deep religious fault lines.
Redemption in the Form of an ICC-Supported Medical Clinic - International Christian Concern
05/25/2023 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – Sara puts her left hand on the back of a little boy’s head and neck as she holds a flat wooden tongue depressor in her other hand and peers into a child’s mouth.
Kidnapped Doctor Released - International Christian Concern
Kenneth Elliot, an Australian doctor kidnapped in Burkina Faso and held captive by al-Qaeda for more than seven years, was finally released.
Mangu Leader Calls for End to 'Genocide' and 'Ethnic Cleansing' in Nigeria - International Christian Concern
Genocide and ethnic cleansing of Christians in Nigeria; Christian persecution in Nigeria; Fulani militants in Plateau State
Killings Continue in Nigeria Farming Communities Despite Curfew - International Christian Concern
5/19/2023 Nigeria (International Christian Concern) — The Fulani militants who killed 42 Christians during a night attack earlier this week in north central Nigeria continued their killing spree despite a curfew imposed by the government.
Blasphemy Laws and the National Question for Nigeria - International Christian Concern
Blasphemy Laws in Nigeria; the National Question in Nigeria; Christian persecution in Nigeria; unlawful arrest of Christians
Mass Killing in Nigeria - International Christian Concern
Christian persecution in Nigeria; Christians killed in Nigeria; Farming communities attacked by Fulani in Plateau State
Pastor’s Letter on the Front Lines in Sudan - International Christian Concern
Sudan has been engulfed in a series of conflict and unrest the last month, and we received a letter from a pastor on the front lines.