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A Pentecostal leader reports that the Ebola epidemic is causing people to turn to the Christian faith, quickly doubling or tripling the number of members in some local churches.
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Regular attacks by the Islamist Boko Haram group in Northern Cameroon have given birth to an inter-faith week of prayer and fasting of Muslims and Christians together.
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A two-year investigation reveals Zambia's gay and lesbian community operating in total secrecy out of fear of imprisonment. And the community is getting support from Christian pastors.
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As the government of Liberia continues the fight against the deadly Ebola virus, some Liberian journalists are fearful of contracting the disease while fulfilling their reporting duties.
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The first few days at the treatment unit were a living hell, with victims sleeping on the floor, says a Liberian nurse who survived an Ebola infection.
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A July conference of Catholic journalists grappled with the challenge to touch hearts by telling the truth and establishing communication between humans and human rights.
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Which reporter should be assigned to the Ebola story? African news editors tend to choose religion reporters to cover the story because they know religion really gets at the "why" of this story.
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A new media law is making ordinary people afraid of talking to journalists in Burundi, and several journalists are currently jailed.
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Attacks against Christians are increasing in Tanzania despite the efforts of the government to control them, but media are giving the trend little coverage.
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English speakers are just 16 percent of Cameroon's population. But Anglophones, who often feel alienated, say watching the national football team in the World Cup awakens their pride and patriotism.
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