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The Dutch identity crisis

A right-wing revolt is underway in the most unlikely of places – the Netherlands. It was the first worldwide to legalise both euthanasia and gay marriage. And the country is known for its relaxed drug laws. Amsterdam, has a long history of offering a safe haven to those fleeing their homelands.

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What we know about the victims of the London attack

Another MP, Tobias Ellwood, had tried to save Palmer as he lay on the ground after the attack. Ellwood, who had served as a captain in the Royal Green Jackets from 1991 to 1996 and previously lost his brother in a terrorist attack, gave a mouth-to-mouth resuscitation and applied pressure to the wounds to stem the blood flow.

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Fighting for sex assault victims, Jamaican activist accused...

When Jamaican police made an arrest last week under the nation’s cybercrime laws, the identity of the suspect took many by surprise - a women’s rights activist accused of publicly naming alleged sexual predators on social media. Latoya Nugent, who co-founded the Tambourine Army, a group fighting for....

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Brazen interference in the media by Tanzania’s government

Source: Reporters Without Borders – Headline: Brazen interference in the media by Tanzania’s government. There has been an outcry in Tanzania about the way Makonda stormed into Clouds FM on 17 March accompanied by armed police officers, who ordered the station’s staff to broadcast a video....

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Prayer is not wishful nonsense. It helps us to shut up and think | Giles Fraser Loose canon

A woman pays her respects at the National Police Memorial, Westminster, on Thursday. ‘Bigger thoughts take time and silence, and require waiting for the right perspective.’ Photograph: James Gourley/Rex/Shutterstock. Y esterday, a minute or so before 3pm, with a policeman struggling for his life....

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Martin McGuinness: Homily in full

The homily to be preached by Father Michael Canny at the funeral of Martin McGuinness. If any of you have ever visited Saint Paul’s Cathedral in London, you may have seen the plaque on the wall of the crypt where the man who designed the church – the celebrated architect Sir Christopher Wren – is buried.

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Limerick City and County Council open online book of condolence for Martin McGuinness

. Limerick City and County Council has opened an online book of condolence for the late Martin McGuinness. The book is available at Limerick.ie and will remain open until midday next Wednesday. Bishop of Limerick Brendan Leahy says McGuinness overcame many obstacles in the pursuit of peace. Treaty Radio Ltd t/a Limerick’s Live 95FM.

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Revisiting the broadcast public interest standard in communications law and regulation

The presence of this powerful legal, regulatory, and philosophical phrase in the Communications Act of 1934, as amended, is clear. Yet the legislative, judicial, and regulatory history of its interpretation as summarized below reflects decades of uncertainty and ambiguity by Congress, reviewing courts, and the FCC itself.

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Martin McGuinness: Homily in full

The homily to be preached by Father Michael Canny at the funeral of Martin McGuinness. If any of you have ever visited Saint Paul’s Cathedral in London, you may have seen the plaque on the wall of the crypt where the man who designed the church – the celebrated architect Sir Christopher Wren – is buried.

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Martin McGuinness funeral: Homily in full Fr Michael Canny said:

Fr Michael Canny said: "If any of you have ever visited Saint Paul’s Cathedral in London, you may have seen the plaque on the wall of the crypt where the man who designed the church – the celebrated architect Sir Christopher Wren – is buried. There is an inscription on it, in Latin, which is usually....

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15 of 17 Cleveland City Council races shaping up to be contested

CLEVELAND, Ohio - Fifteen of 17 members of Cleveland City Council are circulating nominating petitions to get their names on the ballot for re-election. All 17 seats on Cleveland City Council are up for election this year. More than 30 other would-be candidates also are circulating petitions.

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You say, 'I am rich; I have acquired wealth and do not need a thing.' But you do not realize that you are wretched, pitiful, poor, blind and naked. Revelation, 3. 17

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