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Wave of arrests of Chinese Christians sours hope in nation’s new religion regulations

NANJING, China (BP)--Wide-ranging persecution of Chinese Christians has dashed hopes of greater religious freedom from the new law on religion that took effect March 1, according to a Compass Direct report recounting a wave of arrests in May, June and July.

New religion law in China: few gains, more restrictions

NANJING, China (BP)--China has announced that a new law governing the freedom of religion will go into effect March 1, according to Compass Direct news service.

Chinese government entities divided on religious reform

NANJING, China, (BP)--Tensions have surfaced between two Chinese government entities charged with regulating religion, Compass Direct news service reported Feb. 10, citing sources in Beijing.