Cross is removed from a church in China
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Dismay as church crosses removed in China

Christian groups in China have told the BBC they are increasingly worried that the authorities are targeting them because of their religion.

A number of church leaders have been detained on suspicion of corruption, and officials are insisting crosses are removed from the roofs of religious buildings.

Juliana Liu reports.

  • 13 Aug 2015
  • From the section China
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