Price of freedom for two Iranian Christians: $100,000
Two converts to Christianity have been temporarily freed from prison in Iran after exorbitant bail payments of $50,000 each, amid an ongoing cycle of arrests, detentions and prosecutions of Christians in the country.
Vietnam slammed for persecution of hill-tribe Christian minority
The Vietnamese government has been “steadily tightening the screws” on the country’s hill-tribe Christians, imprisoning members, closing churches and forcing believers to renounce their faith publicly, according to a report by a human rights group.
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