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Amid the carnage and destruction left behind by Nepal's recent earthquake, scenes of hope and generosity can also be found. This exclusive photo essay captures a few of these remarkable moments.
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For the 29th year in a row, a Filipino penitent fulfilled his vow to be nailed on the cross on Good Friday. This year he was one of ten to re-enact the crucifixion of Jesus Christ.
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Bhutan boasts an unusual measure of national wellbeing: Gross National Happiness. The concept derives from Buddhist economics, which its architects say holds "no place for human greed."
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Reports that South Korea's constitutional court has overturned a law criminalizing adultery offer a teachable moment on headlines and the changing face of journalism.
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Religious-freedom expert Dr. Paul Marshall reveals the millions who live under oppressive and vague blasphemy laws around the world.
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Media killings in the Philippines continue as another hard-hitting radio commentator was shot dead on Valentine's Day.
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Data from the National Press Club of the Philippines
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It was the largest gathering for a papal event anywhere in the world, surpassing the five million people who attended the mass officiated by Pope John Paul II in Manila in 1995, officials said.
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Melinda Magsino, a reporter who once expressed alarm over the number of journalists murdered in the Philippines, succumbs to violence herself.
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All of a sudden, I am having to face a world of journalism without Dr. Fjeldstad, the global pastor of local journalists who are in but not of this world.
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