In a context of confusion and flashy journalism, rigour becomes a precious value.
“We can be the voice of those who cannot cry out by themselves”, the Director of Open Doors Spain says in an interview. “Nigeria is the country where most people have died because of their faith.”
North Korea is still the most difficult place in the world to be a Christian, according to new report by Open Doors. Jihadism, Hindu and Buddhist extremism are the greatest sources of persecution.
“My mother struggled with the gunmen until they finally shot her and the three kids,” Rose Monday’s explained. “She died trying to save the three children.”
Northern Nigerian city of Yola has twice been hit by deadly bomb attacks this year. 80 have also been wounded.
The criminal organisation exploited about one hundred Nigerian women. Prostitution and Human Trafficking are still major issues in Spain.
About 1,600 died in Boko Haram attacks in the last four months. “Insurgency has not only succeeded in killing, injuring and displacing people, but have worsened distrust among people of different faiths”
The military also captures 43 suspected fighters, including one of the leaders. 2,000 women and children have been seized by Boko Haram since January 2014
According to the Nigerian military, a Boko Haram commander has also been captured and several militant camps were cleared.
WWM informs about hundreds of deaths in the ‘Middle Belt’ of the country. Christians have suffered the overwhelming majority of casualties, in conflicts involving Fulani herders.
Plateau has been the most attacked region of Nigeria this last year. “We are still faithful to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ”, said one of the survivors.
Army advances against Boko Haram positions. No Chibok girls among the girls rescued.
In 2014, the world asked #SaveOurGirls after waking up to the brutality of Boko Haram. Amnesty International now shares the stories of hundreds of other victims in the last 12 months.
She died of suffocation. “Christian witnesses did not take the law into their hands”, the president of a Christian organization said.
Christian former president Goodluck Jonathan was defeated by Muhammadu Buhari.
“They killed about 50 of them before leaving” on Tuesday, families said. International alliance hopes to defeat the group in weeks.
A coalition formed by 7,800 soldiers from Nigeria, Niger, Cameroon and Benin hopes to defeat the terrorist group before the election.
“We live in a global village and Africans understand the village life better- each person's problem is everyone's problem”, said AEA leader to Evangelical Focus. Christians in the continent ask Muslims to condemn violence against Christians.
While the whole western World was following the events in France, first reports came in about another terrorist attack. Just now media start to look at Nigeria's biggest tragedy: 16 villages destroyed and hundreds dead.
Fulani herdsmen, suicide bomber ring in new year with violence in three states.