BREAKING NEWS: Mounting Concerns About Detained US Couple In Turkey

By BosNewsLife News Center with reporting by BosNewsLife's Stefan Jcouple. Bos

ISTANBUL, TURKEY (BosNewsLife)-- Christians have expressed concern about the plight of American Christians Andrew Brunson and his wife Norine who were detained in Turkey earlier this month on charges that friends linked to their church work. Turkish officials arrested and detained the couple on October 7 in the coastal city of Izmir saying their activities constituted “national security risks”," explained advocacy group Voice of the Persecuted (VOP).

Turkey’s Evangelical Churches Receive Death Threats From Islamic State

By BosNewsLife News Center

Erdogan3ISTANBUL, TURKEY (BosNewsLife)-- At least 20 evangelical churches in Turkey have reportedly received death threats from the Turkish branch of terror group Islamic State. The messages, sent to church members via social media website Facebook, email and mobile phone texts, include "upsetting videos and pictures", Christian rights activists told BosNewsLife.

Perilous Future For Turkey’s Christians After Murders Anniversary

By Martin Roth, BosNewsLife Senior Special Correspondent reporting from Turkey

malayta-victims-300x156ISTANBUL, TURKEY (BosNewsLife)-- The recent eight anniversary of the torture and slaying of three men at a Turkish Christian publishing house – for which no one has ever been convicted - has raised questions about the future for Christianity within Turkey, commentators say.

NEWS ALERT: Turkey Court Frees Alleged Killers Of Missionaries

By Stefan J. Bos, Chief International Correspondent BosNewsLife

malayta-victimsISTANBUL, TURKEY (BosNewsLife)-- A widow asked for prayers and rights activists expressed concern Saturday, May 8, after a Turkish court released suspects accused of torturing and murdering three Christian missionaries in 2007.

Turkey Christians Remember Murdered Evangelicals Amid Death Threats

By BosNewsLife News Center

ISTANBUL, TURKEY (BosNewsLife)-- Minority Christians in Turkey were observing Thursday, April 18, the sixth anniversary of  the murders of three evangelical Christians in the Turkish city of Malatya, amid concerns about death threats against a legal counsel of the victims' families.