(Turkmenistan)–Keston News Service reports that the city court in the Turkmen capital has ruled that a house used as the city’s Pentecostal church should be confiscated without compensation. The decision upholds an earlier decision of the district court. Pastor Viktor Makrousov, who owns the house says he is preparing an appeal to the Supreme Court of Turkmenistan, but that the church could be confiscated at any time. Please continue to pray for believers in this country. They often face harsh government oppression.