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In this edition, we focus on Afghanistan where the Hazara Shia community faces genocide in Taliban-occupied Afghanistan. The former Irish prime minister makes a case for the education of priests and the future of the Catholic Church in Ireland. The UK, France, Colombia, India, Finland, China and Tibet are also in focus.
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Appeal to the UN to Protect Hazaras in Afghanistan — Afghanistan’s civil society leaders
Is France Ready to Storm a New Bastille? — Peter Isackson
The Tories Get a Thumping in Local UK Elections — Al Ghaff and Atul Singh
India Looks to Finland for an Effective Educational Model — Peter Isackson
The Old Woman and the QR Code — Ranjani Iyer Mohanty
The Education of Priests and the Future of the Catholic Church in Ireland — John Bruton
Do Rumors of Boris Johnson’s Purported Twelfth Child Matter? — Atul Singh
Colombia Faces Historic Presidential Elections — Christoph Sponsel
Tibetan Activist and Writer Tenzin Tsundue Talks to Fair Observer — Roberta Artemisia Campani and Tenzin Tsundue
Time for the US to Rethink Its Failed Cuba Policy — John Elliott