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'My Gladiator Lay Down his Shield'

Last edited 29th April 2018

Alfie died early on Saturday weeks shy of his second birthday after doctors removed his ventilator..


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Argentina Homeless Shelter Named After Bishop Who Loved the Poor

Last edited 26th April 2018

A men’s homeless shelter in Zeballos, Argentina has been named after a local bishop known for his attention to the poor.


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Alfie Evans Dad Wants to 'Build Bridges' with Alder Hey Hospital

Last edited 26th April 2018

The father of seriously ill toddler Alfie Evans says he wants to "build his relationship" with the hospital he has been locked in a legal battle with.


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Royal Baby: Duke and Duchess Show Off New Son

Last edited 23rd April 2018

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have left hospital after the arrival of their third child, a boy.


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Philippines' Duterte Says he ordered Probe into Australian Nun

Last edited 18th April 2018

Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has said he personally authorised an investigation into an Australian nun who was detained earlier this week.


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A 'Sense of Belonging’ at Mass for Autism Awareness Month

Last edited 4th April 2018

“Withhold judgement, and at the very least, offer a smile.”


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Prayers, Support Pour in For 'Beautiful' Milan’s Fight for Life

Last edited 4th April 2018

Milan Nguyen-Mai is only five years old but is in the midst of the fight of her life.


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Jacqueline Woodson: US Teen Author wins $600,000 Astrid Lindgren Prize

Last edited 27th March 2018

US teen author Jacqueline Woodson said it was "awesome" to win The Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award, the world's largest prize for children's writing.


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Russia Fire: Dozens die in Kemerovo Shopping Mall Blaze

Last edited 25th March 2018

At least 37 people are confirmed to have died in a fire that tore through a shopping centre in the Siberian city of Kemerovo.


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Speaking up About Rape in Conservative Kazakhstan

Last edited 19th March 2018

In the conservative Central Asian republic of Kazakhstan, many women are afraid to speak up about rape and sexual harassment. But a local campaign - one which predates the MeToo and Time's Up movements - has been urging women not to stay silent.


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