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When rare 9-month-old conjoined twins died, some offered help and support while others said the family was cursed.
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It's not clear if reporters turn to these lists because they're valuable or because there just isn't enough news this time of year to fill pages and broadcasts.
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TMP speaks with 2011 Africa Film Project alum Irene Zih Fon about her latest short documentary on the struggles of albinos in Cameroon.
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No está claro si los medios lo hacen porque es necesario o para rellenar páginas y minutos en días de escasez noticiosa.
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Yvonne Chi tells us more about her ongoing interest in the issue of oppressive widowhood rituals in Cameroon, a topic she first reported on in 2010.
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In local Ugandan parlance, Christmas is "eaten". One of my spiritual mentors says of the so-called festive season, “We feast when we should be fasting”.
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Las cifras macroeconómicas de Chile son excelentes, mucho mejores que el promedio de la región y mucho más cercanas a los países desarrollados, pero la realidad es muy distinta.
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S. Dji, a young Cameroonian entrepreneur, says she is living proof that faith in God alone can cure HIV. Health workers, however, prefer a program of faith plus antiretrovirals.
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Thousands of displaced Burmese children in rural refugee camps await the end of hostilities, with no formal education or hope of attending a university.
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The exercise of journalism obligates us to present the most complete panorama possible - never forgetting the minority perspective.
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