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TMP's executive director has some advice on navigating the world of "alternative facts" by turning to reputable news outlets.
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Lessons about the dangers of fake news from the "hateful and ignorant" attacks on Doris Truong during the hearings on Trump's nominee for Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.
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With corruption eating into every fabric of Kenyan society, the Kenyan government recently turned to the immediate former head of the Anglican Church, Archbishop Eliud Wabukala to lead that fight.
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The latest aggression against Burmese journalists reveals that safety for journalists is still unpredictable, though the country introduced press-freedom reforms in 2011.
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Controversy around a traveling Anne Frank exhibition spotlights Croatia's struggle to resolve its dark World War Two past.
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A huge crowd moved at a snail's pace for over 22 hours from Rizal Park to the Quiapo Catholic Church some 3.5 kilometers away to mark the annual observance.
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Three years after a car bomb devastated the Museum of Islamic Art in Cairo, Egyptian culture is thumbing its nose at Islamic terror.
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The Media Project's 2016 year in review continues with our 10 most read stories from the past year.
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Why do pastors organize programs promising to liberate people from poverty? “That’s how programs sell...You have to tell people what they want to hear,” a pastor told TMP.
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TMP reached out to our leaders, our international network, and our friends over at GetReligion for examples of how journalists nailed the story or the religion angle in 2016.
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