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A former radical Islamic preacher, who once enjoyed a large following in Britain, sobs uncontrollably as he recalls the moment he decided to turn his back on extremism.
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Coverage of this story reflects an evolution that some might see instead as a devolution - a movement away from reporting shaped by individual newspapers and journalists to one dominated by blogs.
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Demonstrators, angered about foreign fighters coming in to join the militant group, started marching towards its main base in the coastal settlement when gunmen opened fire into the crowd.
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It's a mistake for journalists to assume that religious differences alone will lead to violence. There are eight additional factors that make conflict likely, a new report concludes.
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Women's-rights activists see opportunity in stalled legislation that would grant political autonomy to portions of Mindanao, home to the Philippines' largest Muslim population.
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The Jerusalem Post story is a well crafted piece that shows how one writes a story when one side will not play ball, you have limited information, and are working with space and deadline constraints.
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Pope Francis urged Bosnians to seek lasting ethnic and religious harmony, 20 years after the former Yugoslav republic emerged from war.
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The war has turned the life of local people into tragedy and put a weight on the shoulders of the religious communities within the Donetsk region.
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The New York Times stands accused of altering a quotation from a survivor of the Charlie Hebdo massacre and soft-peddling the killers' Islamist fervor, but the charge appears to be unfounded.
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Every Ukrainian Church has representatives in their clergy who, according to our observations, served as key media centers, media communicators.
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