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El caso del diario chileno La Tercera, que responde a las críticas de los lectores.
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WHEN IT COMES TO THE MEDIA, you have, as Mark Twain observed, a difficult choice: If you don’t read the newspaper you are uninformed. If you do read the newspaper you are misinformed.
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Good journalists understand that religion is not a relic of the past, but helps people answer the most significant questions they will ask themselves today.
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As Ahmadinejad arrives at the UN, it is critical to recall those held in Iran's prisons solely for their religious beliefs.
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Superstitions reign during “Undas” or All Souls’ Day celebration on Nov. 2.
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Yasser Khalil, a 38-year-old researcher and journalist, joined the January 25 revolution in Cairo. This summer he flew 5000 miles to hear new ideas about religious equality to take back to Egypt.
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Suffering is a very close companion of humanity, and there will always be journalists who do a better or worse job of telling those stories. But how can we do this better?
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It's important to establish the personalities of the anti-Muslim fringe, but journalists would also benefit from knowing who the "reasonable" critics of Islamism are.
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Chile celebrated 201 years of independence on Sept. 18, and the political opposition took advantage of the day's traditional national thanksgiving service to make an unusual protest.
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HOW TO avoid the common traps of superficial reporting on 'viral studies' of religion.
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