Some politicians and media insisted that “cultic deviances” increased during the COVID-19 crisis. Their claims were met with healthy Swiss skepticism.
The highest auditory agency in Taiwan, the Control Yuan, found him guilty of multiple violations of law in the Tai Ji Men case. Yet, he has never been sanctioned.
On the day commemorating the assassination of Bishop Romero, experts gathered to discuss transitional justice and the Tai Ji Men case in Taiwan.
Positive and negative changes have been introduced, and some passed, at the Commission on Laws stage. The text will go to the Senate’s floor on March 30.
Ex-Mormon billionaire James Huntsman sues the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He wants back what he donated in 24 years.
The journalist who reported on it is now himself at risk of being arrested.
Baháʼís should be harassed in schools and bazaars, excluded from universities, and regarded as “enemies.”
As a “compensation,” Chinese officials responsible for atrocities in Xinjiang were sanctioned by the House of Commons.
Sajjad Masih Gill was serving a life sentence from 2013 for allegedly offensive SMS. On appeal, judges said this was not enough.