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The Disasters Emergency Committee has announced details of the radio and television broadcasts to run today appealing for donations to help Pakistan.
The Church of Pakistan in Peshawar has launched an emergency relief and rescue programme for those affected by recent monsoons and flooding.
The Disasters Emergency Committee has publicly announced the launch of the ‘DEC Pakistan Floods Appeal’ following the monsoon catastrophe.
According to UNICEF and other agencies, 3 million people have been affected and over 1,400 killed in Pakistan's worst flooding for 80 years.
International aid agency Oxfam, together with its local partners, has begun an emergency aid effort for the victims of the worst floods in Pakistan in 35 years.
Floods triggered by exceptionally heavy monsoon rains in northwestern Pakistan have killed at least 800 people and affected up to a million.
In a public statement, the WCC Central Committee says Pakistan's blasphemy law has become “a major source of victimisation and persecution”.
Christians in Pakistan have been stunned by the killing of two young men, who were shot dead on court premises earlier this week.
Churches in Pakistan are horrified at the killing of six World Vision staff, as the international NGO announces it has suspended its operations in the country.
Sikhs across the world are mourning the death of Jaspal Singh, a resident of Peshawar, who has been brutally beheaded by the Taliban in Pakistan - and calling for further action to address such abuses.