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El 15 de marzo se reiniciaron las movilizaciones de los estudiantes chilenos con Camila Vallejo a la cabeza.
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The Archbishop Emeritus of Douala, Cardinal Tumi, says with the Biya's 'fraudulent' 6th victory, there have been no trustworthy elections in Cameroon for more than 50 years.
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Burma's ex-tyrant Than Shwe was not friendly toward media. But the new government of former general Thein Sein is taking steps to open up the long-isolated country.
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The swearing-in of Tibet's first secular prime minister in exile was historic, yet media coverage missed the significance of this development, exiled leaders say.
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Burma has showcased a series of “reforms”, but homecoming remains a dream for thousands of war refugees in neighbouring Thailand.
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Hay que ver en qué termina el movimiento que la tiene a Camila Vallejo como su cara más visible. Y más bonita.
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Journalists from across this key country gathered to debate media ethics, corruption, gender challenges and election coverage in our most recent conference in Freetown.
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En el ejercicio periodístico ocurre que por la cercanía de la hora del cierre, se apuran fotos, gráficos o referencias documentales que algunas veces no corresponden a la realidad.
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In a dramatic confluence of events, ailing former Philippine President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo was ordered arrested by a regional court for tampering with elections.
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Hundreds of thousands of Chile's students are into their second month out of class as part of an escalating protest movement demanding better, cheaper education.
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