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With corruption eating into every fabric of Kenyan society, the Kenyan government recently turned to the immediate former head of the Anglican Church, Archbishop Eliud Wabukala to lead that fight.
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The chairman of Liberia's National Muslim Council said Muslims are part of the country and should be accorded the right to have a national holiday.
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Three years after a car bomb devastated the Museum of Islamic Art in Cairo, Egyptian culture is thumbing its nose at Islamic terror.
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The dedication to neutrality and objectivity of Rwanda's media following the genocide has come at the expense of covering religion in most aspects of the country's life.
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Why do pastors organize programs promising to liberate people from poverty? “That’s how programs sell...You have to tell people what they want to hear,” a pastor told TMP.
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Blending traditional Arabic calligraphy with street-style urban graffiti, artist eL Seed's latest work brings beauty and dignity to Coptic Christians living amid Cairo's refuse.
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The suicide attack claimed by the Islamic State - Sinai Province took place on the national holiday of moulid al-nabi, the Prophet Muhammad’s birthday.
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Anyone committed to a higher quality news industry must also commit to curbing the common ethical failures that have eroded freedom of speech, the Liberian president told a national gathering.
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She was charged on Friday with helping three other women attack a Kenyan police station.
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UN officials reassured Liberia's Muslim community the country will remain peaceful and stable in spite of debate over whether Liberia will become an officially Christian nation.
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