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The 1910 World Missionary Conference was a watershed moment for
A recent survey by the US-based Pew Research Centre puts Uganda among the most religious countries on earth.
The East African country of Tanzania is known for its natural beauty and relative stability.
A man whose same-sex "marriage" has become a symbol of the struggle for gay rights in Africa has vowed to become a martyr rather than give in to homophobia, campaigners say.
Nigeria on Tuesday faced international calls to bring to justice killer mobs armed with guns and knives who massacred hundreds of villagers in the country's rural heartland.
Reports of at least 150 Muslims killed in recent religious clashes in Nigeria should be investigated, a human rights group urged Saturday.
Good riddance to the aughts, naughts or ohs. By whatever name, the first decade of the 21st century has been devastating for religious liberty in much of the world.
The Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life has just released a fascinating study on the state of religious freedom around the world.
In Indonesia, Muslim groups burn down a mosque belonging to the minority Ahmadiyya.
About one-third of the countries in the world have high restrictions on religion, exposing almost 70 percent of the globe's population to limitations on their faith, new research shows.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, one of the great moral statements of the 20th century, could not be clearer.
Intan Suci Nurhati was on her way to a religious gathering when her sisters called to say they were under attack.
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