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Worldwide Christian Persecutions for 'Ethiopia'

Wrongful Conviction in Ethiopia Robs Christian of Children

Widower returns home from prison to find house taken over, two kids missing. By Simba Tian

Suspected Islamists Burn Down Two Homes in Ethiopia

Two thatched-grass structures belonged to evangelist who received threats. By Simba Tian

One Dead as Islamist Mobs in Ethiopia Destroy Church Buildings

Total structures razed at 59; at least 4,000 Christians displaced. By Simba Tian

Christians in Ethiopian Town Hit by Unexpected Attack

Orthodox church members strike two evangelical worship buildings, beat evangelist unconscious. NAIROBI, Kenya, April 15 MPBS24/7 REPORT From(CDN) — Evangelical Christians in an area of Ethiopia unaccustomed to anti-Christian hostility have come under attack from Ethiopian Orthodox Church (EOC) members threatened by their existence, Christian leaders said.

Ethiopian Authorities Concoct New Charge against Christian

Somali-language Bible sold in Ethiopia. (Photo: Compass) Holding convert from Islam without formal charges since May, police seek ‘terrorism’ evidence.

Two Evangelists Released from Prison

Judge acquits Christians falsely accused of insulting Ethiopian Orthodox Church. NAIROBI, Kenya, October 28 MPBS24/7 REPORT From(CDN) — The latest in a series of false charges against two Ethiopian evangelists was put to rest on Friday (Oct. 23), and they were released.

Jailed Evangelists in Ethiopia Win Appeal but Remain in Prison

Ethiopian Orthodox Church members said to orchestrate new charge of ‘insulting’ church. NAIROBI, Kenya, October 8 MPBS24/7 REPORT From(CDN) — Two Christians in Ethiopia who had been sentenced to six months of prison on false charges of offering money to people to convert have successfully appealed their sentence, only to be kept in prison on a new charge.

Prison Terms Upheld for Two Christians in Ethiopia

Judge rejects appeal of evangelists said to be falsely accused of offering money, gifts. NAIROBI, Kenya, September 25 MPBS24/7 REPORT From(CDN) — An Ethiopian court on Monday (Sept. 21) threw out an appeal by two evangelists said to be falsely accused of offering money and gifts to people to convert to Christianity, thus upholding their six-month prison sentences.

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