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Roman Catholic priest, Joseph Mwang'amba, was hospitalized on 13 September after acid was thrown at him in Zanzibar Island in Tanzania.
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After three years of steady progress in the peace talks between the government of the Philippines and two separate rebel groups, negotiations are now in jeopardy.
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A Buddhist mob destroyed Muslim homes and property in northwestern Burma following an alleged sexual assault of a Buddhist woman by a Muslim.
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All foreigners suspected in the deadly bombing of a church in Arusha, Tanzania, on May 5, were freed on May 14, according to local authorities.
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Clashes last week between Rohingya Muslims and security forces in Sittwe, capital of Arakan State in western Burma, killed at least two.
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Tanzania's position as a role model for peace in Africa was dealt another blow on May 5 when a bomb exploded outside Saint Joseph’s Roman Catholic church in the city of Arusha.
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The head of the Tanzanian Catholic bishops' conference is warning of a growing threat from militant Islamists. He urges police and government to act more forcefully against violence and intimidation.
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Tanzania is considered one the world's peaceful countries, but recent religious clashes have stained that reputation.
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Riots, integration, intolerance and Islamophobia have become dicey topics in a usually tolerant Swedish society after riots erupted in the capitol Stockholm and other cities in recent weeks.
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Christian Syrians have become a special target of violence and attacks in the ongoing war in Syria, reports a Swedish freelance journalist who visited refugees in Lebanon late December 2012.
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