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Two years after the picturesque island chain embraced democracy, a literary festival imported from the West shows the promise -- and peril -- of that experiment.
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Contrary to fears by many, Kenyans went to the referendum poll peacefully and endorsed a new constitution by 5.9 million votes for against 2.6 millions votes against the new document.
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Philippine Senators are crossing party lines to stand with President Benigno Aquino in a showdown with the Catholic Church over national birth-control policy.
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As Kenyans go to the polls today, tension was still reported high in parts of Rift Valley, Nairobi and Western Kenya areas considered to be “hot spots” of possible eruptions of violence.
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The landlocked Himalayan nation considers Mahayana Buddhism the state religion and funds a large monastic community, but also requires religion to be above politics.
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Aquino's investigation main legal weapon in the high-profile corruption cases allegedly committed by his predecessor has been challenged as unconstitutional.
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Human rights groups said Kenyan officials should have arrested al-Bashir and handed him over to The Hague.
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The war of words between Kenya’s immediate former President Daniel Moi and the sitting President Mwai Kibaki is polarizing Kenya ahead of the constitutional referendum vote on 4 August 2010.
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The public's confusion about U.S. President Barak Obama's religion is on the increase, a new Pew Forum study finds.
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Chile celebrates 200 years of independence on September 18, and in anticipation of the milestone, the country has entered a period of self-evaluation and reflection about its future.
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