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Just a few days short of the 5-year anniversary of the massacre of 32 journalists, one of the primary witnesses for the prosecution has been shot and killed.
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In a case of dueling Norwegian newspaper reports on the same abortion activist, the Aftenposten does the better job of letting the events speak for themselves.
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Religious leaders are now giving medical advice to the public to prevent further spreading of Ebola in Sierra Leone.
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The Ebola epidemic is now growing dramatically in Sierra Leone while it is in retreat in Liberia. Contact with victims' bodies due to religious burial rituals is blamed for the spike in infections.
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As Cameroon moves to end child labor, many young girls who used to work as nannies now go to school. Lacking affordable childcare, working mothers must take their babies along to work.
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The Asahi Shimbun, one of Japan’s five national newspapers, ran a story this week that could serve as an example of how to report on religion for an audience unfamiliar with the topic.
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While Pope Francis' honeymoon with the secular media has not quite ended, some newspapers seem surprised to discover the pope remains quite Catholic.
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Development strategies must protect media, due to the role a free press plays in a country's social and economic well being, says the regional director of the Media Institute of Southern Africa.
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The war has turned the life of local people into tragedy and put a weight on the shoulders of the religious communities within the Donetsk region.
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Advocacy journalism succeeds when a reader does not perceive he is being led. A blistering screed may excite supporters of the author’s point of view, but they seldom convert the undecided.
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