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Nikki Gemmell: Why my elderly mother took her own lifeNikki Gemmell: Why my elderly mother took her own life

Reported by New Zealand Herald
Was my mother ever sure of her daughter's unconditional love for her? No, there was always too much complexity for the clearness of that. I'd remarked to girlfriends that when Elayn died there'd be a sense of relief mixed in with... »more

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Britain's Prince George, 3, to start school in September

LONDON (Reuters) - Prince George, Britain's third in line to the throne, is to start school in southwest London in September, Kensington Palace announced on Friday.
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UN Secretary-General Chastises South Sudan's Leaders for Humanitarian Crisis

United Nations Security Council members have unanimously called on South Sudan's leaders to prioritize the needs of the South Sudanese people, but disagree over the main causes of the famine in parts of the country. At a Thursday briefing in New York, United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres..
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California Seeks to Free Thousands of Inmates Over Four Years

California's Department of Corrections has announced new rules to parole inmates more quickly, in the hope of reducing the state's prison population. The proposed regulations still must be approved by state regulators. They would reduce the remaining time in prison for inmates who get a college..
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Naked group stages disruption by notorious Auschwitz gate

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — A group of 11 people took off their clothes, killed a sheep and chained themselves together by the main gate of the former Nazi German death camp of Auschwitz before being detained by police, officials said Friday. A spokesman for the Auschwitz memorial, Bartosz Bartyzel, told..
Seattle Times

 
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London Attack Stokes Brexit Tensions over Race, Religion and Immigration
As police race to identify what motivated a 52-year-old British-born father to carry out Wednesday's attack at the Houses of Parliament in Westminster, a debate is simmering in the country over issues of identity, religion and immigration — already hot topics in the wake of the vote to leave the..
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North Korea Says It’s Not Stopping Weapons Programs
What were five of the biggest stories in Asia this week? VOA’s Steve Miller gives you a glimpse at what happened March 20-24, 2017.
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PLEADS GUILTY »
Sea-Tac TSA agent pleads guilty to voyeurism charge
Prosecutors are recommending a suspended sentence that would include a sexual deviant treatment program and no use of a camera among other conditions.
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Cancellation of Hearing on Russia Adds to Friction on House Intelligence Panel
Key U.S. lawmakers appear locked into a war of words over halting progress in their investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election campaign. The latest skirmish was sparked by the abrupt cancellation Friday of an open hearing set to feature top former intelligence..
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