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Brexit could complicate Good Friday Agreement says Irish bishop

DUBLIN (CNS): April 10 marked the 20th anniversary of the historic Good Friday Agreement, which finally brought peace to Northern Ireland. The peace deal effectively brought an end to The Troubles, which had cast a sectarian shadow over region for three decades and resulted in the deaths of more than 3,500 people, the majority of whom were civilians.
 

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Rights report too little too late

HONG KONG (SE): A report from the ruling Conservative Party in the United Kingdom detailing a sharp deterioration in China’s human rights record since Xi Jinping took over the chair of the Chinese Communist Party, has been described as too little too late, Radio Free Asia reported on June 29.

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Fears Brexit reflects much wider malady

OXFORD (SE): While Church leaders in the United Kingdom (UK) expressed concern over the possible fallout from the 52 to 48 per cent vote to quit the European Union, bishops on the continent pointed out that the decision runs directly in the face of the call of the modern world for unity.

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