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20 years of euthanasia in Belgium: after almost 30,000 lives lost, what can we learn?
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European Parliament passes “hostile” report on persecuted religious minorities

Prosecutor files appeal against Finnish MP’s major free speech victory  

The Finnish state prosecutor has filed her appeal against the unanimous court decision which exonerated a Finnish MP and bishop of “hate speech” allegations for sharing their faith-based beliefs.
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Pakistani Christian convert granted protection at Europe’s top court  

A Pakistani Christian fearing persecution in case of deportation has won his case at the European Court of Human Rights.
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Report identifies worst violators of religious freedom 

Fifteen countries are engaging in “systematic, ongoing, and egregious” violations of religious freedom – as identified by the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) in its 2022 Annual Report published today.
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Top human rights court of the Americas fails to uphold parental rights 

The decisions of parents regarding how and by whom their children will receive religious education may be disregarded – so ruled the Inter-American Court of Human Rights.
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Finnish prosecutor’s decision paints picture of hostile path towards free speech and Christianity

“The Finnish prosecutor has announced she will appeal Räsänen and Pohjola’s acquittal on 'hate speech' charges."
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40 Days for Free Speech

“If you think that the free speech-v-cancel culture tension has already been pushed to its limits in the UK over the past year, you probably haven’t heard of 40 Days for Life."
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A Bipartisan Win for Religious Freedom | Opinion

“In a remarkable show of bipartisan cooperation, last week, the Senate unanimously reauthorized the Global Magnitsky Human Rights Accountability Act."
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This 76 year-old grandmother was arrested while praying. She’s still waiting for justice

“Rosa, a 76-year-old grandmother, was arrested while walking and praying during lockdown. Due to court backlogs, she is still awaiting trial."
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Prosecutor to continue “campaign” against Finnish MP after major free speech victory

After a unanimous court decision and strong recommendation by the police not to proceed with prosecution in the first place, the Finnish state prosecutor intends to push criminal proceedings against MP and bishop into their fourth year.
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In Finland, a Win for Free Speech Everywhere

“A Finnish member of parliament has won on all charges in a groundbreaking free speech trial involving a Bible tweet..."
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