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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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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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Tensions around arranged marriage sometimes escalate to violence and even honor killings when family members – usually women – disobey traditional marriage customs.
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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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Christians from Pentecostal churches in Cameroon now go about their activities with little or no stress as the clamp down on churches is recently has become an issue of the past.
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