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Fighting Religious, Chemical Addiction
Swinging wildly from chemical dependency to religious fervor is a dilemma for counselors who aim to prevent risks of substituting addiction to chemicals with a dependence on religion.
ANALYSIS: Progressives Want Secular Future
Though progressive Muslims push for a secular public life, a growing demand for Islamic criminal punishment codes, known as hadd or hudud, which set Pakistan on the road to ruin, is worrying.
Dissent In Indian Media: Q&A with Neha Dixit
Neha Dixit exposed Hindu nationalist groups' trafficking of tribal children. But mainstream media didn't support her when she got pushback for reporting the story.
German Hostage Beheaded By Abu Sayyaf
As the moment of this death approached, Kantner managed to speak his parting words: “Now he’ll kill me,” upon seeing a terrorist armed with a knife approaching him.
Journalist Safety Not Secure In Burma
The latest aggression against Burmese journalists reveals that safety for journalists is still unpredictable, though the country introduced press-freedom reforms in 2011.
Over One Million Catholics March In Black Nazarene Procession
A huge crowd moved at a snail's pace for over 22 hours from Rizal Park to the Quiapo Catholic Church some 3.5 kilometers away to mark the annual observance.
A Black Christmas For Drug Suspects
With officials' pronouncement that the anti-drug killings will continue, anyone connected to illegal trafficking should expect a bleak Christmas season.
Still No Justice In Maguindanao Massacre
Thirty-two journalists were among 58 civilians massacred by the corrupt governing family of Maguindanao province in 2009, yet still no justice has been achieved, families of the victims say.
What's Wrong With Nepal's Media?
Yubaraj Ghimire, editor-in-chief of Annapurna Post, speaks on the lack of media accountability, demoralized journalists, and foreign media's “biased” coverage of Nepal.
She's Behind Burma's First Pulitzer
Esther Htusan became Burma's first Pulitzer Prize winner after publishing a year-long team investigation of modern slavery in the Southeast Asian fishing industry.
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