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Though same-sex marriage faces deep opposition in the Philippines, where about 90 percent of the population is Roman Catholic, activists are still taking their fight to the Supreme Court.
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Desde hace ya muchos años las ciudades fronterizas mexicanas se han visto “afectadas” con las acciones de deportación que la Patrulla Fronteriza de EUA realiza a diario.
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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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After ruling Burkina Faso for 27 years President Blaise Compaoré very rarely addresses important local issues in the national media.
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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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Despite a few “marginal irregularities,” Cameroon experienced its most transparent elections ever, according to the president of the country's elections-governing body.
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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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Eleven media organs and a few journalists and publishers were suspended or warned for illegal advertising and unethical behavior in the run up to the recent elections in Cameroon.
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For many years now the border cities of Mexico have been heavily impacted by the deportation activities of the US Border Patrol, but never more than with the current crisis of child migrants.
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Uganda's independent media are asking whether they must now self-censor as the state turns the screws a little tighter following the latest showdown with government enforcers.
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