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A study released the day before the Charlie Hebdo attack warned that viewing religion as inherently 'crazy' damages the coverage of conflicts linked to religion.
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It's a mistake for journalists to assume that religious differences alone will lead to violence. There are eight additional factors that make conflict likely, a new report concludes.
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I give this article high marks, and am pleased to see The Economist breaking free from the conventional wisdom that the Church of England is dead.
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The government of Liberia has secured a new national cemetery site for all Ebola-related deaths, balancing public health concerns and religious communities' desire for dignified burial ceremonies.
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It was the largest gathering for a papal event anywhere in the world, surpassing the five million people who attended the mass officiated by Pope John Paul II in Manila in 1995, officials said.
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Breitbart has expanded its religion reporting recently, but with some missteps. This faulty story on an Episcopal bishop accused of a fatal hit-and-run collision is not up to its usual standard.
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The New York Times stands accused of altering a quotation from a survivor of the Charlie Hebdo massacre and soft-peddling the killers' Islamist fervor, but the charge appears to be unfounded.
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La Repubblica does a fine job in reporting on an individual who might be crazy. It pushes Agca to explain his contradictions and places his claims in context without belittling their importance.
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Coverage of this story reflects an evolution that some might see instead as a devolution - a movement away from reporting shaped by individual newspapers and journalists to one dominated by blogs.
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Real Madrid is doing away with religious symbols, but that does not make this a story about religion. Good taste, Spanish politics, and profit are the story here.
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