Attack on Charlie Hebdo and freedom of press and expression

President François Hollande called the attack an act of terrorism. Without too much speculations who did it I think we can call an attack on media also the attack on freedom of speech. So in your opinion, how should media react, should there be some limits for example in depicting the Prophet? Read few comments.

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Merry Christmas for Christians of Middle East? Hardly everywhere

Pope and patriarch have recently condemned Middle East persecution of Christians. If you look at processes that we are witnessing in the Middle East region how important is the question of preserving Christian communities in the region, do you agree that they are under some increased pressure or not, and why? Read few comments.

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Even if torture was efficient, it would be prohibited

With the releasing of CIA torture report the UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights and Counter-Terrorism  says that the US attorney general is under a legal duty to bring criminal charges against those responsible. How do you perceive this report in the framework of international law, what kind of consequences it might, should have? Read few comments.

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Obama on his immigration’s plan: It is a common sense middle- ground approach

What you think about Obama ‘s approach and what impact it may have on US society and politics in your opinion? Read few comments.

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Vatican synod concluded: What is its message?

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Vatican synod: Evolution, revolution or just a discussion?

Two-week Vatican synod about Catholic Church’s teaching on family life will take place from Sunday.

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In America is it police vs Afroamericans?

E.g. only in Missouri, according to some statistics, African Americans were 66 percent more likely than whites to be stopped by police in 2013. According to Bureau of Justice Statistics blacks were more likely than whites or Hispanics to experience use or threat of force during their most recent contact with police (available statistics from 2008). With Michael Brown’s case in Ferguson, what is behind similar statistics, in your opinion? Could it be somehow justified, or is it simply discriminatory, or even racist?

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