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on Fri Apr 4 10:16 AM

Trauma Still Fresh for Rwandan Genocide Survivors

VOICE OF AMERICA

The Rwandan genocide happened 20 years ago, but the trauma experienced by its survivors still lies close to the surface. Every April, a sadness falls over Kinyaya, a community of genocide survivors, home to Cecile Umurerwa. "Each time in April,...
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on Fri Apr 4 10:00 AM

Pew Research Center's Religion & Public Life Project

THE PEW FORUM ON RELIGION

This study calculates Religious Diversity Index (RDI) scores for countries, regions and the world based on the shares of eight major world religions (Buddhism, Christianity, folk or traditional religions, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, other religions...
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on Fri Apr 4 10:00 AM

Religious Diversity Index Scores by Country

THE PEW FORUM ON RELIGION

Download table as: Excel The Religious Diversity Index (RDI) Table is based on the index scores in Global Religious Diversity. For more information on how we calculated these scores, see the Methodology. Click on the column header to resort the...
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on Fri Apr 4 4:39 AM

Rumble in the Belgian Bungle (Page 1 of 4)

ALL AFRICA

[Africa In Fact]Conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), particularly in the eastern Kivu provinces, can be traced to its convoluted history of migration, citizenship and property rights.
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on Fri Apr 4 12:00 AM

20 years after horrors, Rwanda claims rebirth and renewal (+video)

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR

April 7 marks the anniversary of a genocide that killed 800,000 people in three months. For many Rwandans now, 'the people who killed, today they can be friends, they are people we do business with.'
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on Thu Apr 3 3:45 PM

Large-scale fences can cause ecological meltdown, study shows -- ScienceDaily

SCIENCE DAILY

Scientists have reviewed the ‘pros and cons’ of large scale fencing and argue that fencing should only be used as a last resort. Wildlife fences are constructed for a variety of reasons including to prevent the spread of diseases, protect...
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on Thu Apr 3 12:00 PM

20 years after horrors, Rwanda claims rebirth and renewal

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR

April 7 marks the anniversary of a genocide that killed 800,000 people in three months. For many Rwandans now, 'the people who killed, today they can be friends, they are people we do business with.'
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on Thu Apr 3 10:53 AM
Animal Planet Slate Features Martin Sheen in 'Moby Dick' Movie, Series Starring Basketball Player Yao Ming

Animal Planet Slate Features Martin Sheen in 'Moby Dick' Movie, Series Starring Basketball Player Yao Ming

THE WRAP | on Thu, Apr 3, 10:14 AM

Animal Planet's motto for the past few years has been “Surprisingly Human,” so it should come as no surprise that of the six new series on the network's 2014-2015 slate, only two have anything remotely to do with the furry...
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on Thu Apr 3 9:45 AM

George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin

POP SUGAR

George Clooney recently took his new girlfriend, Amal Alamuddin, on a safari vacation in Tanzania, and now we have photos from the couple's romantic getaway. The two visited Africa back in March, where they met with locals, had dinners out with...
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