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Though health concerns are growing due to the decomposing bodies, the victims have not been buried because officials have not finished identifying the dead.
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The few religious leaders who spoke up following the inhuman gang-rape of a young Indian woman ended up perpetuating the very mentality behind the bestiality.
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In India, religion and the accompanying ceremonies and rituals are all encompassing and pervade every sphere of life - be it business, politics, launch of a film or even the launch of a satellite.
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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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Thomas Ayuk is a Cameroonian journalist and humanitarian who celebrates people whose occupations are often not recognized in his society.
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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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In some Zimbabwean religious sects, girls as young as 12 enter arranged polygamous marriages despite health and mental risks and a tougher stance by the country’s new constitution.
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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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TMP contributor Evelyn Kpadeh of Liberia has been named Liberia's best Sexual Gender Based Violence Reporter of 2012.
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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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