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With complaints of voting violations pouring in ahead of last month's elections, Indonesian activists launched the Mata Massa polling-watchdog app.
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Photos and comment from our major European conference in Kiev.
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A passionate cardiologist’s foundation and the municipality government have partnered to bring medical services to the city’s poor, a rare example of cooperation between the state and civil society.
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Journalists from 20 countries will gather in Kiev to discuss how emerging technologies affect the ethics and values of professional journalists in Europe.
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Religious leaders living with HIV in Kenya say they face a double stigma because citizens associate the virus with sin. But now they are speaking out.
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Announcing the winners of our first Coaching & Leadership Fellowship.
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Are you looking to take your journalism career to the next level while helping others improve their craft along the way? Then consider applying for the 2013 Coaching and Leadership Fellowship.
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Oluwatoyosi Ogunseye won a CNN African Journalist Award for her heartbreaking investigative story on abysmal conditions at a Nigerian children's hospital.
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A shortage of doctors and midwives in Cameroon has drawn more men into the midwifery profession in recent years, but Muslims say the practice goes against their religion.
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In Cameroon, many believe that epilepsy is contagious and caused by witches, and so victims of the disease try to keep it hidden.
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