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Denunciamos la violación constante de la Constitución Nacional y de la Declaración Universal de los Derechos Humanos por medio de una serie de acciones que afectan la calidad de vida de los ciudadanos
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Who is Jorge Mario Bergoglio? From a journalistic perspective, why do we know so little about someone who talks so much?
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This popular chowder is consumed in restaurants and homes across Ecuador during Lent. The preparation and ingredients are rich in symbolism for the country's Christians
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Argentinian journalist Jorge Rouillon profiles the Pope’s relationship with the Jewish rabbi and the Muslim layman who will accompany the Holy Father on this week’s papal pilgrimage.
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President Michelle Bachelet's push to relax strict abortion laws in socially conservative Chile has created a rift inside her ruling coalition.
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The media are called to serve human dignity, helping people to live and perform good as people in community, says the spokesperson for the Organization of Latin American Catholic Communicators.
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Sometime -- was it this summer when I was away? -- homosexual acts lost their sinful character for the Roman Catholic Church, or so this Folha de São Paulo story claims.
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We need to start promoting communication as a human right, says Peruvian media advocate Pedro Sanchez. This implies a change in education and our view of the media.
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NPR's August 1 story on evangelicals and Brazilian politics is unbalanced, lacking in historical and legal context and factually challenged. In a word, this story is a mess.
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We cannot continue giving tribute to murders, narcotraffickers and their horrors. We need to create new generations that do not prioritize violence in their publications.
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