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The battle against Boko Haram is a contest of ideas, but the economic condition of the people must also be improved, according to the Managing Director of The Guardian of Nigeria.
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All foreigners suspected in the deadly bombing of a church in Arusha, Tanzania, on May 5, were freed on May 14, according to local authorities.
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The Al Shabab terrorists aimed to lash out at the decadence the Nairobi mall represented and to devastate a Jewish-owned institution.
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Tanzania's position as a role model for peace in Africa was dealt another blow on May 5 when a bomb exploded outside Saint Joseph’s Roman Catholic church in the city of Arusha.
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Stella Oigo: "When I got to Westgate and saw the look on the faces of the journalists who had spent the previous night, I knew all was not well."
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Tanzania is considered one the world's peaceful countries, but recent religious clashes have stained that reputation.
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Roman Catholic priest, Joseph Mwang'amba, was hospitalized on 13 September after acid was thrown at him in Zanzibar Island in Tanzania.
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Several hundred journalists will gather in Dar es Salaam to asses the growth and entrenchment of ever deadlier religious tensions and violence in Tanzania.
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The head of the Tanzanian Catholic bishops' conference is warning of a growing threat from militant Islamists. He urges police and government to act more forcefully against violence and intimidation.
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Tanzania's reputation for peace is under threat as the latest wave of Christian-Muslim violence ended in the beheading of a Christian pastor.
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