State Department issues annual religious freedom report
Catholic World News - November 19, 2010
The US Department of State has issued its annual report on religious freedom in each of the world’s nations. The report’s executive summary highlights the state of religious freedom in Afghanistan, China, Iran, Iraq, Russia, and nearly two dozen other nations where “violations, improvements, or positive developments of religious freedom have been noteworthy.”
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