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Emeka Izeze, editor-in-chief of Nigeria's The Guardian, answers a few questions for The Media Project.
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India's impoverished ‘tribals’ number more than the population of the United Kingdom. They live in the dense forests that once hid Maoist rebels.
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The question is whether these are parallel developments or they are linked somehow.
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Whether one subscribes or not to the concept of the Russian soul, religiosity, which is considered a substantial element of that soul, is alive and well among Russians.
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Le 26 juin passé, le Ghana s’est hissé, pour la seconde fois consécutive, en huitièmes de finale d’une coupe du monde, en battant les Etats-Unis d’Amérique, après un match acharné.
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Ghana’s remarkable but ill-fated run in this World Cup took on a spiritual significance that has left some Africans worrying that God had abandoned their World Cup dreams.
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« C’est un moment terrible pour le Continent entier. Ce fût un désastre » s’est exclamé Abedi Pele, la légende du football ghanéen.
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Kay Benedict, Associate Editor of India's "Mail Today", became a journalist 27 years ago to serve his community - and to show his family he "could write a few words of English".
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Personne n’avait dit qu’il aurait été facile de faire la lumière sur le demi-siècle de violences politiques qui ont jalonné la vie du Togo depuis 1958, veille de l’indépendance, jusqu’en 2005.
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For the moment, the whole continent holds its breath and prays that the Black Stars may continue to write this new chapter in the history of African football.
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