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Just a few days short of the 5-year anniversary of the massacre of 32 journalists, one of the primary witnesses for the prosecution has been shot and killed.
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The New York Times' article on the religious roots of IS shows the paper at its professional best – well written, solid and balanced sourcing, strong historical context and intelligent argument.
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The Asahi Shimbun, one of Japan’s five national newspapers, ran a story this week that could serve as an example of how to report on religion for an audience unfamiliar with the topic.
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India’s minister for women and child development, Maneka Gandhi, has grasped the third rail of Indian politics, launching a sectarian attack on Muslims and Christians for their treatment of cows.
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A group of mainstream journalists and activists from South Asia came together to evaluate the role of media in communal violence in this religiously charged region.
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As Filipino lives continue to be ravaged by decades of fighting Islamist separatists, the draft peace agreement, known as the Bangsamoro Basic Law, remains pending in the President’s office.
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Did a politician play Reuters for a fool last week, using claims of religious bigotry towards India’s untouchables (Dalits) to bolster his political fortunes?
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Nearly five years have passed since 58 people were killed, including 32 journalists, on 23 Nov., 2009, and the victims’ families have yet to see even a single conviction, among almost 200 suspects.
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Poynter's Jill Geisler says that in meeting TMP Leadership Fellow, E. S. Isaac of India, she learned something new about what it means to truly listen.
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A hard-hitting radioman was critically wounded in an assassination attempt by a lone gunman near his home in Dagupan City in northern Philippines.
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