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It is a cold winter afternoon and the New York City coffee shop is crowded and noisy. Four friends in their 20’s talk to me passionately about their religion - the Baha'i.
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The social role of the journalist is based in various statements, one of the most important and recognized such declaration is that of UNESCO.
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The clerics were abducted from their homes by armed men before dawn on April 5 in the small parish of Techere, in northern Cameroon, according to the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
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One newspaper has five spiritualists competing for readers’ attention through advertisements each week. Clients still seek traditional healing despite adopting modern lifestyles in Kenya's capital.
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Ethiopian Jew Beejhy Baharny dreamed of starting a new life in Jerusalem, but years of discrimination and prejudice in Israel drove her away.
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Banditry and theft in churches and mosques are vices that are fast gaining ground in Cameroon.
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Argentinian journalist Jorge Rouillon profiles the Pope’s relationship with the Jewish rabbi and the Muslim layman who will accompany the Holy Father on this week’s papal pilgrimage.
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Changes in religious climate in Bangladesh have affected media freedom, and have challenged the secular principles the country was founded on.
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Imeh was cooking in her kitchen in a village in southwestern Cameroon, when suddenly a dog entered the house, leaped up on her chest and bit her. She blamed witchcraft.
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The author says there is no adequate Nepali translation of Hindu rituals and texts. So, the average Nepalese doesn't understand the prayers blessing them, nor even their own marriage vows.
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