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Bhutan boasts an unusual measure of national wellbeing: Gross National Happiness. The concept derives from Buddhist economics, which its architects say holds "no place for human greed."
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Media, and in particular the printed press, have been crucial in forming the democratic Swedish society. But what happens to democracy when national newspapers and national television are fading away?
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Religious-freedom expert Dr. Paul Marshall reveals the millions who live under oppressive and vague blasphemy laws around the world.
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With the death of the country's only known Ebola patient, Liberia restarts the 42-day countdown to being declared virus free.
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Data from the National Press Club of the Philippines
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Women in rural Cameroon face stiff challenges, like widowhood rites and sexual violence. Customary law also cuts women off from holding property or land, critical sources of economic development.
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Melinda Magsino, a reporter who once expressed alarm over the number of journalists murdered in the Philippines, succumbs to violence herself.
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The Ebola crisis is taking a heavy toll on the fishing industry in western Liberia on the border with Sierra Leone.
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For the 29th year in a row, a Filipino penitent fulfilled his vow to be nailed on the cross on Good Friday. This year he was one of ten to re-enact the crucifixion of Jesus Christ.
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Liberia's last confirmed Ebola patient was discharged from the Chinese-run Ebola Treatment Unit near Monrovia on March 5, 2015.
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