Thursday is designated “National Minority Day” in Pakistan, but U.S. Christians with roots in the Muslim-dominated, Asian nation say it is hardly a cause for celebration.
Shannon Bream reports from Washington, D.C.
Author Mindy Belz travelled extensively in the region to gather stories of Christians threatened, killed for their beliefs
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A Catholic priest from the Central African Republic is in the running to receive a $1 million peace prize for helping thousands of Christians and Muslims alike, escape brutal secta...