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Roman shipwreck reveals secrets of ancient European trade

Roman shipwreck reveals secrets of ancient European trade

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A Catholic critique of capitalism

A Catholic critique of capitalism

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What China's currency devaluation means for the world

What China's currency devaluation means for the world

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Radical Muslim preacher alleged to cruise Ashley Madison adultery website

Radical Muslim preacher alleged to cruise Ashley Madison adultery website

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Friendship, evangelization, and the collapse of the West

Friendship, evangelization, and the collapse of the West

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The convoluted geopolitics of the Syrian conflict

The convoluted geopolitics of the Syrian conflict

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Stop terminator robots before they terminate us

Stop terminator robots before they terminate us

To ensure the future of humanity, all autonomous offensive weapons must be banned.

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Following his Iran deal, Obama wants to strike again in Syria

Following his Iran deal, Obama wants to strike again in Syria

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Witnessing the beginning of the end for Syria

Witnessing the beginning of the end for Syria

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4,000-year-old teenager unearthed near Stonehenge

4,000-year-old teenager unearthed near Stonehenge

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New film to document deathly dangers of The Pill

New film to document deathly dangers of The Pill

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Archaeologists discover Jamestown relics that may re-write U.S. history

Archaeologists discover Jamestown relics that may re-write U.S. history

Secret Catholics discovered among Protestant settlers buried at Jamestown, Virginia.

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Thought for the day: ephemeral Beatles

Thought for the day: ephemeral Beatles

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Turkey: the heart of four interacting global crises

Turkey: the heart of four interacting global crises

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Thought for the day: endless Progress

Thought for the day: endless Progress

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Euroskeptics and Latin leftists applaud Greek referendum

Euroskeptics and Latin leftists applaud Greek referendum

"The EU is dying before our eyes," crowed British Euro-skeptic Nigel Farage.

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Book review: Chesterton and the Jews

Book review: Chesterton and the Jews

New biography of the famed British writer examines his complex relationship with the Jewish people as a means of avoiding the mistakes of the past to cloud relations between Christians and Jews.

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Britain faces unprecedented Muslim threat

Britain faces unprecedented Muslim threat

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Magna Carta: the beginning of the end of tyranny

Magna Carta: the beginning of the end of tyranny

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Britain and Russia in mysterious military air encounters

Britain and Russia in mysterious military air encounters

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Yet another English king may lie beneath a car park

Yet another English king may lie beneath a car park

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Why the Ever Lasting Man still lasts

Why the Ever Lasting Man still lasts

The legacy of Gilbert Keith Chesterton.

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EU to use military to stop immigration

EU to use military to stop immigration

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How Britain's parliamentary election reflects status of Europe

How Britain's parliamentary election reflects status of Europe

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Russia says Obama is dangerously stirring the pot in Ukraine

Russia says Obama is dangerously stirring the pot in Ukraine

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Pope appeals to EU to accept more migrants, while 700 drown

Pope appeals to EU to accept more migrants, while 700 drown

Last week, Muslim migrants drowned Christian migrants while crossing the Mediterranean. Pope Francis is appealing for more EU involvement with migrants washing ashore in Italy.

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Pope Francis accepts resignation of accused Cardinal O'Brien

Pope Francis accepts resignation of accused Cardinal O'Brien

Cardinal Keith O'Brien of Scotland initially denied accusations of inappropriate and homosexual relations with four priests. A Vatican investigation has resulted in his resignation and disgrace.

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Thought for the day: Standing together

Thought for the day: Standing together

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English hero to be unearthed at Bedlam

English hero to be unearthed at Bedlam

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Spain plans to invade Australia

Spain plans to invade Australia

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A virus of hate is unleashed against Europe's Jews

A virus of hate is unleashed against Europe's Jews

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Britain's Prince Andrew has immunity for alleged sex crimes

Britain's Prince Andrew has immunity for alleged sex crimes

A lawsuit filed in Florida also links former President Bill Clinton to Jeffrey Epstein, who was convicted of prostitution claims in 2008.

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Traditional marriage redeems the world's darkness with love

Traditional marriage redeems the world's darkness with love

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Islam must wrestle with its dark angels and abandon the language of hate

Islam must wrestle with its dark angels and abandon the language of hate

'To be free, you must let go of hate,' says Rabbi Jonathan Sacks in an address to Britain's parliament on the crisis in the Mideast.

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Prince Charles asks Muslims to defend Christian minorities

Prince Charles asks Muslims to defend Christian minorities

Archbishop of Canterbury rebukes President Obama for being 'sheepish' on the persecution of Christians in the Mideast. Prince Charles, on the other hand, is calling on Muslims to defend Christians and underscore human rights.

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Cannibal Welshman killed by police

Cannibal Welshman killed by police

Cerys Yemm met Matthew Williams one night at a bar. What happened to her that night has traumatized police officers who are now receiving psychological counseling.

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Youngest Briton yet to die fighting for the Islamic State

Youngest Briton yet to die fighting for the Islamic State

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Yes or No, Scotland's independence referendum is historic

Yes or No, Scotland's independence referendum is historic

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Muslim religious leader refutes Obama's reading of Islam

Muslim religious leader refutes Obama's reading of Islam

Imam Anjem Choudary refuted Obama by saying that the Koran teaches 'terrorizing the enemy is in fact part of Islam.' Killing innocents is okay with Choudary.

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The implications of independence for Scotland

The implications of independence for Scotland

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Lessons from Britain's Rotherham sex abuse scandal

Lessons from Britain's Rotherham sex abuse scandal

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UK rocked by fears of Ebola virus contagion

UK rocked by fears of Ebola virus contagion

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A culture of fear grows in British schools: the threat of Islam

A culture of fear grows in British schools: the threat of Islam

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Roosevelt's D-Day prayer

Roosevelt's D-Day prayer

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A month in Muslim Britain: anti-Christian discrimination and rape of women

A month in Muslim Britain: anti-Christian discrimination and rape of women

Lloyd's Bank, one of Britain's largest banks, has eliminated overdraft fees solely for Muslims. Britain's security apparatus grows wary of Muslims returning for the Syrian war, while women have no expectation of being free from rape in London taxis.

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What would Winston Churchill do about radical Islam?

What would Winston Churchill do about radical Islam?

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Muslim terrorists strike again, kill hundreds in Nigeria

Muslim terrorists strike again, kill hundreds in Nigeria

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Key legislators see logic of ending taxpayer funding of Palestinian terrorism

Key legislators see logic of ending taxpayer funding of Palestinian terrorism

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Titanic survivors recall previously unknown gruesome details

Titanic survivors recall previously unknown gruesome details

Two sisters recount seeing 'Titanic' officers chopping off the hands of survivors grasping at lifeboats.

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Catholic patriarch steels Ukraine for war while diplomats seek to breach impasse with Russia

Catholic patriarch steels Ukraine for war while diplomats seek to breach impasse with Russia

Jewish leader of Ukraine dismisses anti-Semitic incidents as 'provocations' staged by Russia that were blamed on Ukrainian nationalists. Russia continues to claim its forces are not present in Crimea despite eyewitness testimony.

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Does the West have no future?

Does the West have no future?

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British Muslim suicide-bomber had ties to extremists

British Muslim suicide-bomber had ties to extremists

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Gender-based abortion spreads in Great Britain

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A hunger for justice

A hunger for justice

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Nicaragua leads Central America in fostering EU trade

Nicaragua leads Central America in fostering EU trade

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British parliament takes up case of woman forced to give birth

British parliament takes up case of woman forced to give birth

An Italian woman was detained in England after a panic attack and placed in a psych ward. After 5 weeks, she was strapped down and forced to deliver her baby via C-section. An international legal row has ensued.

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UK reacts to children smuggled for their organs

UK reacts to children smuggled for their organs

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Financing the Flames: blockbuster investigative news-book

Financing the Flames: blockbuster investigative news-book

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Media executive dismisses nurse's death: 'shit happens'

Media executive dismisses nurse's death: 'shit happens'

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British prisons are breeding ground for Al-Qaeda terrorists

British prisons are breeding ground for Al-Qaeda terrorists

Muslim prisoners terrorize and browbeat non-Muslims into conversion. Muslims received preferential treatment and better food than non-Muslims in British jails, says new official report.

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Little attention for Pakistani Christian girl ravaged by Muslim violence

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25 percent of Jews in EU fear to self-identify

25 percent of Jews in EU fear to self-identify

Socialist Sweden has the highest number of Jews afraid to identify themselves as Jews, while France came in second.

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Islamic Iran reaches into the heart of Latin America

Islamic Iran reaches into the heart of Latin America

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Thought for the Day: May God protect the Christians of the Middle East

Thought for the Day: May God protect the Christians of the Middle East

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Augustus Welby Pugin: The Future of Land Use Development

Augustus Welby Pugin: The Future of Land Use Development

James Thunder, an expert on the work of 19th C. polymath Augustus Welby Pugin, has written an important new work on the holistic vision the influential architect and designer had.

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A college bans Muslim attire

A college bans Muslim attire

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Kerry gives Assad 'one week' to surrender chemical weapons

Secretary Kerry also promised an "incredibly small" attack on Syria.

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Archbishop of Canterbury speaks out against Syria intervention

Archbishop of Canterbury speaks out against Syria intervention

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US intervention in Syria may come over Labor Day weekend

US intervention in Syria may come over Labor Day weekend

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Egypt: local Anglican bishop calls for prayers as Christians are persecuted

Egypt's Christians beg for prayers and solidarity in the face of Muslim rampage.

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Book review: A Special Mother is Born

Book review: A Special Mother is Born

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Technological development may reduce agricultural nitrogen pollution

Technological development may reduce agricultural nitrogen pollution

Nitrogen used in agricultural fertilizer and is a major source of pollution in the Gulf of Mexico, causing a hazardous 'dead zone' that is depleted of oxygen.

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UK same-sex couple sues for a church wedding

UK same-sex couple sues for a church wedding

Libertarians in England are critical of gay marriage mandate.

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US approves EU ban on Hezbollah military wing

US approves EU ban on Hezbollah military wing

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Legislation in Wales would institute 'presumed consent' for organ donation

Legislation in Wales would institute 'presumed consent' for organ donation

Some people in Wales fear that new legislation would put the government into the 'body-snatcher' business. Religious leaders oppose the legislation.

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Conscientious objection case goes to UK Supreme Court

Conscientious objection case goes to UK Supreme Court

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Scotland Yard makes first arrest in terrorist murder case

Dr. Imran Farooq was murdered by political opponents in the UK in 2010. Scotland Yard is making headway in the case.

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Did Bill Donohue read Obama's Northern Ireland speech?

Did Bill Donohue read Obama's Northern Ireland speech?

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Conservatives misinterpret Obama's Northern Ireland speech

Conservatives misinterpret Obama's Northern Ireland speech

Political conservatives, and some Catholics in the US, Ireland and the UK, were incensed by remarks President Obama made in a speech he made while visiting Northern Ireland. Did they read the speech?

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Film review: Stories We Tell

Film review: Stories We Tell

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Obama lectures Irish Christians on divisiveness

Obama lectures Irish Christians on divisiveness

Obama appeared to claim that sectarian Christian education serves to divide the Irish.

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Mother and godmother murder autistic son in their care

Mother and godmother murder autistic son in their care

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England: Fear grows of 'politically correct' treatment for Muslims

England: Fear grows of 'politically correct' treatment for Muslims

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Britain shocked by grisly Muslim terror

Britain shocked by grisly Muslim terror

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The stakes for the UK in gay marriage debate

The stakes for the UK in gay marriage debate

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Baroness Margaret Thatcher: R.I.P.

Baroness Margaret Thatcher: R.I.P.

Margaret Thatcher, the Iron Lady, 1925-2013.

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Anglicans greet election of Pope Francis

Anglicans greet election of Pope Francis

Anglican Ordinariate is unnecessary, said Cardinal Bergoglio before being elected as Pope Francis.

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What to expect from Pope Francis I

A non-Catholic Christian's take on the new Pope of Rome.

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Week 5 of Lenten Film Fest: No Greater Love

Week 5 of Lenten Film Fest: No Greater Love

As an aid to Lenten reflection over the next few weeks, Spero columnist Prof. Michael Martin offers readers some thoughts on a few of the films he uses in a Religion and Film course he offers every winter semester.

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The US should support Falkland Islands self-determination

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Brits fume over inaccurate portrayal in Oscar-pic 'Argo'

Brits fume over inaccurate portrayal in Oscar-pic 'Argo'

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China blocks BBC English-language reports

China blocks BBC English-language reports

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Leading rabbi likens spread of anti-Semitism to a virus

Leading rabbi likens spread of anti-Semitism to a virus

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Census shows whites are a minority in London

Census shows whites are a minority in London

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UK: Imam calls on Muslims to take welfare and make jihad

UK: Imam calls on Muslims to take welfare and make jihad

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US and Russian nuclear arsenals still have a hair trigger

US and Russian nuclear arsenals still have a hair trigger

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Richard Dawkins: a nasty pathetic bigot

Richard Dawkins: a nasty pathetic bigot

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Media gets it wrong again about Pope Benedict

Media gets it wrong again about Pope Benedict

Rabbi David Rosen referred to accusations that, as a youth, Pope Benedict voluntarily joined the Hitler Youth movement, as 'rubbish'.

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Anti-Israel rallies expected in the UK

Anti-Israel rallies expected in the UK

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Experts reveal reconstructed face of Richard III

Experts reveal reconstructed face of Richard III

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