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In his first announcement on the issue, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said no to gay marriage, to the delight of the Catholic Church.
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The National Gallery of Victoria hosts a beautiful 19th century album of Hindu deities, which may have been commissioned by a Christian missionary.
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A third Filipino journalist has now been executed at gunpoint this month, this time in the presence of his bodyguard and his cameraman.
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WHEN IT COMES TO THE MEDIA, you have, as Mark Twain observed, a difficult choice: If you don’t read the newspaper you are uninformed. If you do read the newspaper you are misinformed.
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The Jehovah's Witnesses Church in Australia failed to report to police more than 1,000 cases of child sexual abuse going back more than 60 years, a government investigation reports.
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For the sixteenth straight year a 32-year old Filipino penitent was nailed to the cross on Good Friday in a village in Bulacan province some 65 kilometers north of Manila to fulfill his yearly Lenten
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In possibly the worst religion story of the year so far, the Sydney Morning News treatment of the Anglican Dean of Sydney falls far short of the standards expected from a quality newspaper.
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A Philippine regional trial court today ordered the arrest of 189 suspects linked to the gory Nov. 23, 2009 Maguindanao massacre that killed 57 civilians, including 30 journalists that shook the media
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The case of Gammy, the child born with Down syndrome to a surrogate Thai mother on behalf of an Australian couple, is everything an editor would desire during the dull news days of August.
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Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Annabelle T. Abaya is confident “that together we can win and gain peace” the Filipinos have been longing for.
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