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The Western press has been notoriously shy in examining anti-Semitism and Islam. CNN’s expert piece, though interesting as history, failed as journalism.
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In Ciudad Juárez, religious groups have made their presence known in the city streets, seeking the repentance of the "sicarios" - the cartel hitmen - as well as the community at large.
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Mexico's Ciudad Juarez is no longer the world's most dangerous city, and more importantly, it is no longer the city where journalists run the greatest risk for doing their jobs.
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En Ciudad Juárez, las representaciones religiosas han aparecido en las calles, buscando el arrepentimiento de sicarios - asesinos del narco - y la sociedad entera.
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Ciudad Juárez ha dejado de ser la ciudad más peligrosa del mundo y sobre todo, tampoco es ya la ciudad donde los periodistas sufren de mayor riesgo al realizar su trabajo.
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Some reporters thought the attacks didn't have a religion angle. "Don't worry," my editor said. "They'll come around. You just go and don't worry about that."
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Alfredo Corchado was his paper's only available reporter in Mexico just as the cartels were surging in power and notoriety. But Corchado wanted nothing to do with that story.
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Only the hopeful can withstand the city's difficult days, one of which will - someday - mark the end of the tragedies we have suffered.
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Nigerians in New York even halfway around the world feel the negative effects of the terrorist group’s escalating violence.
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Mexican authorities found the dismembered remains of a reporter kidnapped in 2007 stuffed into a barrel in the Mexican state of Tabasco, according to CNN.
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