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The DPR Supreme Court ban is the latest development in an escalating pattern of religious oppression against Jehovah’s Witnesses in eastern Ukraine.
Thailand Embassy Expresses “Sincere Appreciation and Admiration” to Jehovah’s Witnesses in Peru for Helping Detained Thai Citizens
Representatives from the Thailand Embassy visited Jehovah’s Witnesses in Peru to thank them for their work and personal care in helping Thai inmates.
From May 1, 2017 to January 8, 2018, courts exonerated our brothers who were criminally charged in the past for conscientious objection to military service or for participating in the preaching work.
A court in Slovakia acquitted Martin Boor, who had been criminally charged for his stand as a conscientious objector.
Jehovah’s Witnesses in Kassel held an exhibition marking the 70th anniversary of the largest gathering of Witnesses in Europe during the aftermath of World War II.
The Supreme Court of Canada concluded that disfellowshipping procedures “are not adversarial, but are meant to restore the member to the Congregation.”
Jehovah’s Witnesses in the capital of Mongolia received a certificate from the City Council’s office officially granting permission to renew their religious entity.