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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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Chile celebró el 18 de septiembre 201 años de independencia. Y un acto ecuménico de acción de gracias fue aprovechado por los partidos opositores como protesta.
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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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For young Cameroonian girls, illegitimate pregnancies mean social and economic devastation, leading them to seek dangerous, illegal abortions from unlicensed sources.
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Britons worship football, and questions are being asked whether it is replacing divine faith. The statistics tell a story.
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The Media Project announces the launch of the Coaching and Leadership Fellowship, in conjunction with The Poynter Institute, to train journalism leaders around the world.
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Let's think together about the contrasts between prevailing notions of truth and journalism, versus traditional understandings of Truth.
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In the practice of journalism and under deadline pressure, it sometimes happens that we hurriedly publish photos, graphics and source documents that do not reflect reality.
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Survival was the name of the game during the critical martial-law era. Every story had to be cleared by the glaring eyes of military censors, or I would find myself jobless.
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The patriarchal nature of African society extends right into the newsroom where male journalists are given pride of place over females, regardless of competence.
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