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Struck down, but not destroyed

Struck down, but not destroyed

Current and former members of Early Rain church in Chengdu, China, have experienced raids and arrests for practicing their faith, but the work of the church continues, even as some still draw attention to its plight from abroad

New Taliban clampdowns come as U.S. officials make it harder for vulnerable Afghans to escape

Private efforts to save at-risk Afghans, including Christians, are hitting U.S. roadblocks in Kabul

Organizations giving aid to refugees and Afghans


A hampered evacuation traps Americans and pushes Afghans to dangerous alternatives

Insurgents begin targeting Christians while cementing control over desperate Afghans

Want to do business in China? Either ignore forced labor or risk losing a massive market

The world’s refugees continue to wait for help

Testimonies and research at a United Kingdom tribunal paint a harrowing picture of China’s intentions to assimilate the ethnic group by force

A century of authoritarian politics has left a bloody history, and the atrocities continue