Nigerian state slaps curfew after church attacks

A north-eastern Nigerian
state where attacks on Christians left around 30 people dead
was put under round the clock curfew.

Church attacks: HR Bhardwaj slams judicial commission report

HR Bhardwaj on Sunday said he is "disturbed" by the Justice B K Somasekhara
Commission report on the church attacks of 2008 in the state
as the entire Christain community thinks that "no justice has
been done to them".

Moily flays BJP govt; seeks CBI probe into church attacks

Union Law Minister M Veerappa Moily accused the BJP government of having "hijacked"
the judicial commission that gave a clean chit to the party
and Sangh parivar outfits for attacks on churches in Karnataka
in 2008.

Church attacks: Clean chit to BJP, Sangh Parivar

Justice Somasekhara Commission has said that churches in Karanataka were attacked by fringe elements.

Cong seeks dismissal of Yeddy Govt over church attacks

The Congress on Wednesday sought the dismissal
of the B S Yeddyurappa government charging it with failure in
discharge of constitutional duty vis-a-vis church attacks in
Karnataka in 2008.

Malaysian police make new arrests over church attacks

Malaysian police said on Saturday they had arrested seven more people over a spate of attacks on churches that have escalated ethnic tensions.

Malaysia church attacks `minor aberration`: PM

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said attacks on churches in his country were a "minor aberration" that did not reflect the feelings of most Malaysian Muslims, in an interview published on Sunday.

Malaysian Christians defy church attacks

Thousands of Malaysian Christians came out for weekly services on Sunday despite three new attacks in a campaign of fire-bombings that has sent tensions soaring in the Muslim-majority nation.

Malaysian Muslims rally after church attacks

Malaysian Muslims rallied on Friday to protest against Christians using the word "Allah" for God after a spate of attacks on churches that threatened to stoke racial and religious tensions.