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The clerics were abducted from their homes by armed men before dawn on April 5 in the small parish of Techere, in northern Cameroon, according to the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
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Banditry and theft in churches and mosques are vices that are fast gaining ground in Cameroon.
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The Press Union of Liberia President Abdullai Kamara has condemned the arrest and prosecution of Radio host Henry Costa as an act against freedom of speech in Liberia.
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After ruling Burkina Faso for 27 years President Blaise Compaoré very rarely addresses important local issues in the national media.
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Imeh was cooking in her kitchen in a village in southwestern Cameroon, when suddenly a dog entered the house, leaped up on her chest and bit her. She blamed witchcraft.
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Nigeria ranks 35th worldwide in number of Facebook users and is the third-largest generator of tweets in Africa. Meanwhile, the Nigerian publishing industry struggles to find readers.
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Zambian girls report family pressure to stretch their labia minora for 'marital satisfaction.' It is taboo to discuss the practice, and even medical practitioners are reluctant to speak about it
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The positive outcome from this first regional "checkup" of Poynter Fellows speaks to the need for local events around the world to keep the Leadership Fellows program on the cutting edge.
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One newspaper has five spiritualists competing for readers’ attention through advertisements each week. Clients still seek traditional healing despite adopting modern lifestyles in Kenya's capital.
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Christians from Pentecostal churches in Cameroon now go about their activities with little or no stress as the clamp down on churches is recently has become an issue of the past.
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