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For a euthanasia process to move forward, four criteria must be met.
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Journalists from 20 countries will gather in Kiev to discuss how emerging technologies affect the ethics and values of professional journalists in Europe.
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Since legalizing euthanasia in 2002, cases have grown 15% a year. In 2014, more than 5,000 Dutch citizens chose to end their own lives.
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This was the first-ever call a pope has made to orbiting astronauts.
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The Guardian’s West Africa correspondent Monica Mark has written a story on religion and the Ebola outbreak that can stand as a model of professional religion reporting.
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Martin Rees professes no religious belief, but he won for research that grapples with "the most fundamental questions of our existence".
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A passionate cardiologist’s foundation and the municipality government have partnered to bring medical services to the city’s poor, a rare example of cooperation between the state and civil society.
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Ukrainian journalists recently gathered near Kiev with guests from five other countries to celebrate the fifth anniversary of Novomedia, the association of Christians in news media in Ukraine.
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Photos and comment from our major European conference in Kiev.
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