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Brian J. Grim, president of Religious Freedom & Business Foundation, on how religious freedom affects business and economy, in the context of China and India.
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The country's macroeconomic indices are excellent, but the lived reality is, unfortunately, very different.
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Leaders attending the 23rd Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit strongly condemned the attacks in Paris, Beirut, and the downing of a Russian passenger plane in Sinai.
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The scene was hellish in the Sinai slum just outside of Nairobi, where on 12 September an underground fuel pipeline exploded, killing dozens.
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Amid the carnage and destruction left behind by Nepal's recent earthquake, scenes of hope and generosity can also be found. This exclusive photo essay captures a few of these remarkable moments.
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An urgent call for help broke off Stella Oigo's interview with Mama Kanini, the primary source in her newest short documentary about life on Nairobi's streets.
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The Ebola crisis is taking a heavy toll on the fishing industry in western Liberia on the border with Sierra Leone.
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Nunca antes el clamor popular se había focalizado con esta dimensión en un tema medio ambiental.
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Dr. KB Rokaya says his culture does not sufficiently value life, time or labor, and that is what drives the lack of development in Nepal.
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Africa Film Project alumnus Richard Ihediwa's documentary "Abandoned"
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