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In the secrecy of Cameroon's homes, mothers are torturing their daughters with grinding stones and even hammers heated over hot coals in hopes of delaying the onset of womanhood.
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Veteran reporter Richard Ihediwa describes how learning the craft of documentary film making in South Africa will enhance his reporting upon his return home to Nigeria.
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For the 19th time, the Indian government adjourned the affirmative-action case that would favor the country's 17 million "low-caste" Christians.
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On the floor of the empty hospital ward was a cross-mark, indicating the spot where 29-year-old Spanish nun, Sister M. Teresalina Joaquina, was shot dead on October 27, 1947.
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This conference will look to the future of nations still in the shadow of the genocide years, and it will evaluate past and upcoming elections from a media perspective.
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Africa's media need knowledge of the source and essence of critical issues facing contemporary society in order to adequately form and convey their content.
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Ciudad Juárez necesita esperanza. La violencia que se ve y que entra en su cuarto año de duración, es una situación que ha mermado la capacidad de asombro de la gente.
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Across Africa, a generation questions whether 50 years of independence have been a blessing or a curse.
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This experience of capturing images and insights in the lives of immigrants inspired one journalist to dig deeper into the stories in her home country of Cameroon.
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The role of the media is to help statesmen cultivate more endurance and commitment, and enhance the willingness of all actors to prepare for long term rebuilding and reconciliation.
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