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Catholic and human-rights activists criticize his heavy-handed tactics, but Duterte is staking his “life, honor and even the presidency itself” to achieve his goal of a drug-free Philippines.
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Hardline monks and nationalists have branded Nobel peace laureate Suu Kyi's National League for Democracy (NLD) too sympathetic to Muslims and unwilling to protect Buddhism.
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In a troubling and hidden manner, Mexico's Chihuahua's state congress makes major reforms to the civil code to modify longstanding views on marriage.
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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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As the Philippine presidential elections heat up on a host of controversies, the winner is more likely than ever to guide the nation into a conversation on same-sex marriage.
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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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Facing the largest refugee crisis since WWII, European Christians have begun playing a major role in welcoming and accommodating the untold thousands fleeing Syria's war.
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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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Egypt's Nour Party, the only Islamist group to escape a crackdown on dissent, is now blaming state tactics for its dismal performance in parliamentary elections.
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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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