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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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Chile's school year usually begins in March and ends in December. In the southern hemisphere, January and February are summer vacation months. But this year is different.
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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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El 15 de marzo se reiniciaron las movilizaciones de los estudiantes chilenos con Camila Vallejo a la cabeza.
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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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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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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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Burma has showcased a series of “reforms”, but homecoming remains a dream for thousands of war refugees in neighbouring Thailand.
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Zambia’s latest draft constitution has guaranteed freedom of worship and also maintained the 16-year-old declaration of the southern African country as a Christian nation.
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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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