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In the tense week after voting as the country awaited the result, Kenyans surprised the world by maintaining peace, due in part to the vigilance of journalists covering the campaigns.
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Degrading language in politics has reached alarmingly high proportions in recent times in Ghana, a phenomenon that is not "Ghanaian".
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Journalists in Peru must move on from being passive dispensers of information to become vigilant communicators of truth and active builders of a culture of peace and dialog.
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Journalists in Liberia are generally dismayed by the media's performance during the 2011 General election and the re-election of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.
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As Ghana's national elections approach, TMP contributor Adolf Briandt worries that campaigns' insulting language could provoke violence and harm the country's reputation for peace.
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One of Chile's leading newspapers made a mess of an apology, with an explanation that only made things worse.
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Burma's largest monk-led rallies since 2007 supported the president's proposal to deport Rohingya Muslims, one of the world's most persecuted minorities.
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Polémica generó dura respuesta de un diario chileno a una carta enviada por un ministro de Estado pidiendo una rectificación. Las explicaciones agravaron la falta.
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La prensa tuvo un rol activo en la destitución del presidente Fernando Lugo y ahora es reflejo del pensamiento del nuevo gobierno, y ahora la prensa independiente ha sido acallada.
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As drug-related violence has plunged Juarez into crisis, dis-integration has hobbled the city’s second-largest religious community at a time when the city can least afford it.
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