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During my many years on the defense beat, I landed in the line of fire not once but four times. Each time, I survived unscathed and thanked God for his divine protection!
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The investigation and arrests followed the grisly discovery in May of 30 bodies in a mass grave near a human trafficking camp close to the Thailand-Malaysia border.
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Daniel Valles argues that this interview had nothing to do with journalism, not because it was carried out by non-journalists, but because the interview didn't conform to the elements of our craft.
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More than 2,000 schools in Nigeria, Cameroon, Chad and Niger remain closed due to the conflict and hundreds have been looted, damaged or destroyed, said the U.N. children's agency UNICEF.
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The head of religious education at a Birmingham academy has said that teaching students to ‘embrace the art of dialogue’ was the best way to defeat radicalisation in schools.
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The policemen were dismissed from service for their failure to prevent the son of a political warlord and his bodyguards from killing 58 civilians, including 32 journalists.
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More than 10,000 people have been killed and 2.3 million displaced since the country's civil war broke out in December 2013,
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Vishal Arora interviews the author of "Blood on My Hands," which details the disturbing stories of violence and killings carried out with impunity by Indian army elements.
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All of those killed in Sultanahmet square, near the Blue Mosque and Hagia Sophia - major tourist sites in the center of one of the world's most visited cities - were foreigners.
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TMP has this exclusive photo essay from the memorials and remembrances that have followed the worst terror attacks in Paris in a decade.
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