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A July conference of Catholic journalists grappled with the challenge to touch hearts by telling the truth and establishing communication between humans and human rights.
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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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Ukraine has recently held several conferences analyzing revolutionary/military events, but the idea to study the joint role of the church and the media in these processes is entirely new.
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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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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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While Kashmiris afflicted with depression have the option of seeking faith healers or mental health professionals, the stigma of mental illness deters many from getting psychiatric help.
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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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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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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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Robin Williams' untimely death received a volume of coverage not witnessed since the passing of Nelson Mandela. While some stories were poorly thought out, Der Tagesspiegel did excellent work.
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