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Thailand has proven to be a welcoming new home for Cambodian and Burmese migrants looking to practice their faith freely.
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UPDATE: The Iranian government backed down in the face of withering criticism, claiming that the West has the story wrong and that Youcef Nadarkhani is not facing execution.
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The question I keep asking is this: Why don't more editors hire pros to cover such a pivotal issue in national and international news?
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Some Indian officials ignore ill-treatment and starvation of millions of cows, while they go after the “butchers” and “transporters” of cattle because they have names beginning with Mohammed.
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Though they have no formal political power, Burma's religious leaders shape the political system through their extraordinary influence on citizens.
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Cameroonian journalists worked together on topics of media corruption, religious tension, social development and journalistic freedom and independence at our conference in Bamenda.
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Christians in Liberia aim to change the constitution and declare Liberia an officially Christian state.
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Massive crowds numbering in the millions observed the feast of the Black Nazarene, the Philippines’ largest religious celebration.
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TMP's conference in Bhutan looked at the interconnectedness of religion and media in this society so thoroughly shaped by religion.
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Ongoing armed conflict in the north of Burma silenced Christmas celebrations in Kachin State this year, leaving Christians in a 'nightmare' instead.
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