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BBC reporter Tim Franks says his dual Jewish-journalist identity leaves him 'guilty before broadcasting a word' in his coverage of Israel.
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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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Cheers from the gallery erupted as Aquino’s hands were raised simultaneously by Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile and House Speaker Prospero Nograles.
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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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Opposition parties say bribery and vote tampering invalidated the elections on May 24 and now call for changes in the national Electoral Commission.
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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 man who "sought God" first before running for the Philippine presidency is about to have his prayers answered.
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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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Opposition Senator Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III surged to an early lead in a nine-cornered presidential race in the Philippines’ first ever automated elections held on Monday.
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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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