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In an unusual move marking the role of religion in the Philippine election, the son of a political icon “seeks God’s will” prior to his decision to run for the highest public office.
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As the national constitutional review process continues, Kenyan Christians are pondering the crucial question of when life begin and ends.
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The landlocked South Asian country Nepal is going through a bumpy transition from being the world's only Hindu kingdom to a secular republic.
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The publication of a draft constitution for Kenya, recognising the presence of Muslim civil courts known as the Kadhi courts, has continued to widen the Christian-Muslim split.
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Election violence had traumatized the Togolese so often that when the 2010 presidential polling began on March 4, people had already made plans to seek refuge in neighboring countries.
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The murder of 30 journalists on 23 November makes 2009 most disastrous year ever for Philippine media.
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Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Annabelle T. Abaya is confident “that together we can win and gain peace” the Filipinos have been longing for.
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The years Ms. Arul worked in a strictly controlled Indian government TV channel were the most frustrating of her life.
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On March 11, 2010, Chile's political right comes back to power after a fifty-year absence, and in the process has put the spotlight on Chile's religious fissures.
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Koshy's essay investigates the stands Indian media took during the Prophet-Muhammed-cartoons controversy. Koshy critiques Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten's decision to publish the cartoons.
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