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ANALYSIS: The French state has no category for the killing of Fr Jacques Hamel by ISIS - affiliated attackers.
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TMP contributor and poet Akol Miyen is profiled in The Africa News for his work giving voice to his home country of South Sudan in its quest for peace.
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The Media Project is pleased to announce the names of the 17 international journalists chosen to receive a 2016 Coaching and Leadership Fellowship.
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The media are called to serve human dignity, helping people to live and perform good as people in community, says the spokesperson for the Organization of Latin American Catholic Communicators.
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It might seem the easy takeaway from the Oscar-winning film Spotlight is a zero-sum game: Journalism 1, organized religion 0.
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Varanasi, Hinduism’s holiest city and home to 3.5 million people, is facing some very earthly challenges.
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As onlookers watched, Egyptian artist Mohamed Abla traced his whimsical silhouettes, encircling the Eiffel Tower in an homage to the Paris attacks.
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Coaching our teams through the three main challenges in the modern news business brings big benefits that we could call the Four Ps, says the Managing Director of the Guardian of Nigeria.
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Netsa`s impressive exhibition in Addis Ababa reflects on a gamut of socio-cultural practices, including gender assignment, fragile families, and domestic violence.
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Filipinos are disgusted with bestselling author Dan Brown's new novel Inferno, which refers to Manila as the "gates of hell," full of poverty, crime and sex.
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