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Christians should not rejoice at death of Osama bin Laden, says Vatican spokesman

Fr Lombardi responds to news that Osama bin Laden has been killed, saying ‘Christians should never rejoice at the death of a human being’

Shahbaz Bhatti is not the only martyr in the struggle against Pakistan’s blasphemy laws

In 1998 Bishop John Joseph committed suicide in protest at the terrible laws. Thirteen years on, the government still buries its head in the sand

Paul Bhatti: I forgive my brother’s murderers

Brother of slain Pakistani minister tells conference in Rome ‘we will continue his battle’

Archbishop calls for arrest of Koran-burning pastor

Archbishop Lawrence Saldanha of Lahore made his comment following protests in which at least 24 people were killed

The Government, says Cardinal O’Brien, has an ‘anti-Christian foreign policy’. Good for him: so it does

Why are we giving hundreds of millions to brutal regimes like Pakistan and northern Sudan?

Pakistani Christian jailed for blasphemy found dead in prison cell

Prison authorities claim Qamar David died of a heart attack but his family have disputed this, saying he was fit and healthy

Over 20,000 flock to remote village to mourn Shahbaz Bhatti

Christians from all over Pakistan attend funeral in Kushpur, Faisalabad, while prime minister calls assassinated minister ‘a very rare leader’

Shahbaz Bhatti’s death will not stop the struggle for blasphemy reform

The blood of Salmaan Taseer and Shahbaz Bhatti will not be shed in vain

Shahbaz Bhatti was a hero of the Catholic faith, a martyr by whose courage we should be inspired

But the chances for reform of the Pakistani blasphemy laws are now looking slim

Catholic critic of blasphemy law is shot dead in Pakistan

Shahbaz Bhatti, Minister for Minorities, had received death threats from extremists but refused to stop speaking out