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Several hundred journalists will gather in Dar es Salaam to asses the growth and entrenchment of ever deadlier religious tensions and violence in Tanzania.
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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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Tanzania's reputation for peace is under threat as the latest wave of Christian-Muslim violence ended in the beheading of a Christian pastor.
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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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An independent inventory and decommissioning of rebel weaponry follows the end of hostilities in one of the world's longest-running Islamist insurgencies.
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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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5 years after a Monrovia, Liberia, man severed two fingers off his wife's after wrongly accusing her of theft, nothing has been done and he walks freely in the community
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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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A major breakthrough in peace talks could end one of the world's longest-running insurgencies waged by the Moro Islamic Liberation Front against the Philippine state.
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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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