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NEWS ALERT: India Demands Death Penalty for Killer of Australian Missionary

August 31, 2005
BHUBANESWAR, INDIA (BosNewsLife)-- India's official police watchdog, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), wants the Indian Supreme

BREAKING NEWS: Vietnam Releases Prominent Mennonite Pastor (UPDATE 1)

August 31, 2005
(ADDS REUNIFICATION WITH FAMILY AND EXTRA DETAILS)HO CHI MINH CITY, VIETNAM (BosNewsLife)-- Amid international pressure, Vietnam has released a prominent

BREAKING NEWS: Christians Rush to Devastated Gulf Coast as Death Toll Rises To 110 (UPDATE 1)

August 31, 2005
(ADDS NEW DEATHTOLL FIGURE AND COMMENTS OFFICIALS)NEW ORLEANS, USA (BosNewsLife) -- Christian aid groups rushed to devastated areas across the southern United States, where

NEWS ALERT: Vietnam Government Closes Down Evangelical Church

August 31, 2005
HO CHI MINH CITY, VIETNAM (BosNewsLife) -- Vietnamese local authorities closed down a 500-member evangelical church in Ho Chi

Pakistani Christians Protest “Persecution” and “Social Injustice”

August 30, 2005
ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN (BosNewsLife) -- Weeks after the body of a slain prominent Catholic layman was discovered, thousands of Pakistani

India Christians Pray Amid Violence and Dalit Concerns

August 30, 2005
NEW DELHI, INDIA (BosNewsLife) -- Christians throughout India began a week of prayer and fasting Monday, August 29, following

Christian Group Takes Report of Burma “Coup Attempt” Seriously

August 30, 2005
RANGOON, BURMA (BosNewsLife)-- A Christian human rights group said Monday, August 29, that reports of a coup attempt in

Dutch Evangelist Nol Esmeijer Dies After Illness

August 28, 2005
AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS (BosNewsLife)-- Dutch Evangelist Nol Esmeijer who introduced 'Open House' ministries and co-founded the

New Era for China’s House Church Movement after Founder Dies

August 27, 2005
BEIJING, CHINA (BosNewsLife) -- Protestant house churches across China were preparing Saturday, August, 27, for

NEWS ALERT: UN Prepares To “Resettle” Burma’s Christian Refugees

August 26, 2005
BANGKOK, THAILAND (BosNewsLife)-- After two decades of political wrangling, the United Nations has agreed to resettle the first group of
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