Christians of South Sudan Facing Death And Detention

By BosNewsLife Africa Service KHARTOUM, SUDAN (BosNewsLife)-- Christians in Sudan and newly created South Sudan face possible detention, beatings and even death amid a "deteriorating humanitarian situation" with thousands of people being killed this year alone, aid workers and Christians said in statements obtained by BosNewsLife Sunday, January 22.

Rebels Attack South Sudan Churches, Priests

Listen to the full interview with Ferdinand LugonzoRealAudioMP3 By BosNewsLife Africa Service with additional reporting by BosNewsLife's Stefan J. Bos and Vatican Radio's Laura Ieraci South-Sudan-Sudan.JUBA, SOUTH SUDAN (BosNewsLife)-- Christians in South Sudan faced more uncertainty Tuesday, January, 28, after churches were reportedly attacked, priests forced to flee their posts, while a bishop disappeared. Among those attacked were Catholic church premises in the South Sudanese diocese of Malakal, situated in an area of the world's youngest nation, which has been hit by more than a month of fighting between South Sudanese government forces and rebels.