Bhutan: Bhutanese Pastor Tandin Wangyal freed from jail
The case against Bhutanese Pastor Tandin Wangyal, originally detained in March 2014 for holding a religious meeting without permission, has been dropped and he is free after paying a fine on Jan. 19.
Bhutan: Concerns about religious rights in Bhutan raised at UN council (Morning Star News)
Taken from USCIRF Daily News Digest - June 06, 2014
Bhutan: Two Pastors in Bhutan jailed without charges
Interior minister cites 'proselytizing,' but police find no evidence
Christians in Bhutan Seek to Dispel Regime's Mistrust
Church leaders call for dialogue to defend against accusations of unethical evangelism.
Official recognition eludes Christian groups in Bhutan
Christians can practice their faith even without legal identity, officials argue
Why Bhutan Wants Anti-Conversion Law?
Bhutan, a tiny Buddhist kingdom in the Himalayas in South Asia, will soon have a law providing for imprisonment of three years for “proselytization.”