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Nigerians in New York even halfway around the world feel the negative effects of the terrorist group’s escalating violence.
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In Ciudad Juárez, religious groups have made their presence known in the city streets, seeking the repentance of the "sicarios" - the cartel hitmen - as well as the community at large.
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The Philippine government's chief negotiator says peace talks aimed at ending one of the world's longest-running insurgencies are "on the cusp of history."
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En Ciudad Juárez, las representaciones religiosas han aparecido en las calles, buscando el arrepentimiento de sicarios - asesinos del narco - y la sociedad entera.
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Until last year, the media were not part of Boko Haram's target group, but journalists have since become victims of their violent attacks.
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A teenage boy kidnapped this summer by Abu Sayyaf guerrillas dashed to freedom while his captors slept.
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Clashes between ethnic Arakan Buddhists and stateless Rohingya Muslims in western Burma, leaving about 50 dead, are dominating Burmese headlines.
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Workers are finishing the Maguindanao Massacre Memorial Shrine in time for the 2nd anniversary of the killings of 58 people, including 33 journalists.
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ON-AND-OFF HOSTILITIES between the Burmese government troops and ethnic rebels threaten the peace negotiation and the parties' recent agreement to cease hostilities.
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Despite the difficulty of getting relief aid to the more than 450,000 displaced people in eastern Burma, they are not entirely lacking outside assistance.
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