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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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It has been four years since 140,000 displaced Rohingya Muslims began living in squalid refugee camps surrounded by barbed wire and armed guards, with no sign of returning home.
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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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A Cardinal from India said, "If Mother Teresa was alive, she would have been surprised by the large crowd and would have asked us to disperse, go out and do something for the poor."
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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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The chairman of Liberia's National Muslim Council said Muslims are part of the country and should be accorded the right to have a national holiday.
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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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The dedication to neutrality and objectivity of Rwanda's media following the genocide has come at the expense of covering religion in most aspects of the country's life.
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FRANCE and ISIS have a special enmity, and it is compounded by the French form of secularism, known as laïcité.
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IT IS not known what prompted the chairman of the Council of Islamic Ideology (CII) publicly to announce a U-turn in the blasphemy law.
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