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Three years after a car bomb devastated the Museum of Islamic Art in Cairo, Egyptian culture is thumbing its nose at Islamic terror.
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If you have ever been in Mexico in month of December, you will find an experience unlike any other.
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Why do pastors organize programs promising to liberate people from poverty? “That’s how programs sell...You have to tell people what they want to hear,” a pastor told TMP.
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Esther Htusan became Burma's first Pulitzer Prize winner after publishing a year-long team investigation of modern slavery in the Southeast Asian fishing industry.
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A huge crowd moved at a snail's pace for over 22 hours from Rizal Park to the Quiapo Catholic Church some 3.5 kilometers away to mark the annual observance.
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Mexico is not a racist country. But it does exercise a strong and firm discrimination, one which is often hidden from the eyes of foreigners.
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The Media Project's 2016 year in review continues with our 10 most read stories from the past year.
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El gobierno mexicano es “tolerante” con las manifestaciones diversas de la Fe. El discurso oficial es el de mantener un escrupuloso Estado Laico.
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Good religion stories find their way out into the open every year, but these reports are rarely the final word. There is always more to be said about the big religion stories of the day.
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Three Swedish priests are taking their photo book based on the My Cross initiative to an atheist publisher due to the "harsh tone" about the project in the Church of Sweden.
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