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BREAKING NEWS – Jihadist Attack Two Christian Towns in Niger

The international pontifical charity ACN has received news of a jihadist attack on Fantio and Dolbel, two towns in the Tillabéri region, in southwestern Niger. The charity has learned that survivors of the attack fled to the Dori region of Burkina Faso.  The victims are made up of a group of women with small children […]

ACN FEATURE STORY – Christians being kidnapped in Egypt

ACN FEATURE STORY – Christians being kidnapped in Egypt In January of last year, Adeeb Nakhla, a Coptic Christian, was kidnapped by an ISIS affiliate group in Sinai, Egypt. Since then, there has been no news of his whereabouts or condition. A relative of Nakla’s shares the story with Engy Magdy of the pontifical charity […]

ACN Interview: Attacks on Christians becoming more frequent in Nigeria

ACN Interview: Attacks on Christians becoming more frequent in Nigeria Nigeria An ACN Interview in the German magazine F1rstlife –  Attacks on Christians becoming more frequent in Nigeria Published on-line June 14, 2019 The turmoil continues in Nigeria. Reports of the defeat of the terrorist group “Boko Haram” contradict what Father John Bakeni experiences every day. […]

ACN PRESS – Nigeria and Boko Haram

 Nigeria Boko Haram fighters: “80% want out”   Cardinal John Onaiyekan, Archbishop of Abuja, said up to 80 percent of Boko Haram fighters did not share the terror group’s Islamist ideology and were therefore likely to respond to the chance to lay down their weapons and walk away. Montreal/Königstein: Thursday September 24, 2015:  Offering amnesty […]

Bangladesh – “It is intended to trigger chaos by means of violence”

Bangladesh “It is intended to trigger chaos by means of violence”   Reinhard Backes, ACN International Adapted by Robert Lalonde, ACN Canada   The violent excesses committed by Islamist groups in Dhaka on May 5th, last Sunday, have given rise to great concern among many Bangladeshis. The Archbishop of Dhaka, Patrick D’Rozario, explained this in […]