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The chair of Cameroon's anti-corruption commission has called on journalists to fight corruption in society, and especially in churches.
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Over the last few months, Christians in Egypt have experienced the most intense wave of attacks in 700 years.
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For years it was taboo to speak of faith or religion, but Pope Francis brought Christians out of the closet, according Evangelina Himitian, author of the book "Francis, the Pope of the People."
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Imam Ayoub Chibli, based in the Swedish city of Malmø, is convinced that Muslims in any country benefit from strong and active Christian churches.
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"Francisco nos hizo salir del clóset a los cristianos. Por años fue un tabú hablar de fe o religión, pero ahora estamos frente a una gran oportunidad gracias a este nuevo Papa".
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The 8 million visits to the online magazine "A Journey through NYC Religions" testify to the tremendous growth of religious groups in New York City.
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Radicals seem to be winning in Indonesia, and the Muslim majority is becoming less tolerant, according to the former Editor in Chief of the Jakarta Post.
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Where riots and burning cars once marred Malmö's streets, today Muslim and Christian children play together during summer activities organized in the Church of Skrävlinge.
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Politically, Britain is de-secularizing, and has been since 1988. In fact, the New Religious Era has already arrived, says Lapido Media founder Jenny Taylor.
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The Media Project's next regional seminar, in Kathmandu, tackles South Asia's complex and conflicted mix of media, religion and culture.
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