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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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El dolor siempre acompañará al ser humano y siempre habrá un periodista que podrá contar bien o mal esas historias. ¿Cómo hacerlo mejor?
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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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Another journalist was gunned down, this time by a motorcycle-riding shooter in broad daylight.
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Caught in the crossfire of Burma’s civil war, hundreds of thousands of Karen, Karenni, Mon and Shan are trapped in No Man’s Land.
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Despite this Indonesian city's violent past, Muslim-Christian cooperation calmed clashes that broke out on 11 September, 2011.
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Landmines "are killers. I accept that. They can kill soldiers, women, children. They may even kill me. However,” the Karen Buddhist says, then pauses to smoke...
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It is an oft-asked question of disasters and tragedies that resound far and wide. But what about the "regular chaos" of every day?
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BURMESE GOVERNMENT FORCES have committed serious abuses against ethnic Kachin civilians since renewed fighting broke out in the northern state in June, according to Human Rights Watch.
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Some reporters thought the attacks didn't have a religion angle. "Don't worry," my editor said. "They'll come around. You just go and don't worry about that."
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