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'Peace among religions is a precondition for world peace.' Swami Agnivesh

'There will be no peace among the nations without peace among the religions. There will be no peace among the religions without dialogue among the religions'. Dr Hans Küngo

'God has given us many faiths but only one world in which to co-exist. May your work help all of us cherish our commonalities and feel enlarged by our differences.’ Lord Jonathan Sacks, the Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations

'We may have different religions, different languages, different colored skin, but we all belong to one human race.' Kofi Annan

'Tolerance implies no lack of commitment to one's own beliefs. Rather it condemns the oppression or persecution of others.' John F. Kennedy

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The ten safest and ten most dangerous countries in the world - The Week UK
The Week UKThe ten safest and ten most dangerous countries in the worldThe Week UKFor the second year in a row, Iceland is the safest country in the world and Syria the most dangerous, according to the latest report from the Institute for Economics and Peace. .... The troubles within NI are still there and have not gone away. They ...
news.google.com 08 Jun 2016 11:13
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Ex-loyalist paramilitary chief William 'Plum' Smith dies aged 62 - Belfast Telegraph
Belfast TelegraphEx-loyalist paramilitary chief William 'Plum' Smith dies aged 62Belfast TelegraphDuring some of the worst years of the conflict he and other senior loyalists, including Gusty Spence and David Ervine, started formulating strategies to move Northern Ireland away from violence. He was central to the process which brought the historic ...Leading loyalist William 'Plum' Smith dies aged 62 Irish Timesall 4 news articles »
news.google.com 08 Jun 2016 09:06
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News in Brief - RTE.ie
RTE.ieNews in BriefRTE.ie... Northern Ireland peace process, has died aged 62. A former member of the UVF, Mr Smith was jailed for attempted murder during the Troubles. He also chaired the press conference in Belfast in 1994 where the loyalist paramilitary ceasefire was ...
news.google.com 08 Jun 2016 06:49
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Executive makes recommendations to smash paramilitarism in NI
The panel said while paramilitary activity has greatly reduced over the course of the peace process ... to engage in violence, intimidation and other crime. "Their activities impact on the economic and social development of Northern Ireland and the ...
www.bing.com 08 Jun 2016 03:25
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John Major has stooped lower than any former PM on Brexit and the EU - Daily Mail
Daily MailJohn Major has stooped lower than any former PM on Brexit and the EUDaily MailHe handled the first Gulf War with aplomb. He won the 1992 election with more votes than any other prime minister before or since. And most important of all, the Northern Ireland peace process — which led to the end of the Troubles — began on his watch.
news.google.com 08 Jun 2016 12:24
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Beefed-up justice measures part of blueprint for tackling paramilitarism - Belfast Telegraph
Belfast TelegraphBeefed-up justice measures part of blueprint for tackling paramilitarismBelfast Telegraph... the peace process, with the main groups remaining on ceasefire, it said some members and former members continued to engage in violence, intimidation and other crime. "Their activities impact on the economic and social development of Northern ...and more »
news.google.com 07 Jun 2016 05:52
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Belfast priest Donegan won't be silenced by dissidents threats are posted online - Belfast Telegraph
Belfast TelegraphBelfast priest Donegan won't be silenced by dissidents threats are posted onlineBelfast TelegraphSDLP North Belfast MLA Nichola Mallon said: “No one in north Belfast or anywhere in our city should have to face the threat of violence because of the work they're doing to support peace in our community. “Fr Gary Donegan's compassion for all people, ...Belfast priest Fr Gary Donegan 'threatened by criminal gang' BBC NewsThreats to north Belfast priest 'intolerable' ITV Newsall 7 news articles »
news.google.com 07 Jun 2016 07:23
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'Game of Thrones': Worst-Kept Secret Revealed in 'The Broken Man': Who Returned? - Newsweek
Newsweek'Game of Thrones': Worst-Kept Secret Revealed in 'The Broken Man': Who Returned?NewsweekThe actor was reportedly spotted on set in Belfast, Northern Ireland, in 2015 and his IMDb profile has added very few new credits since he was last on the show. In Sunday's episode, it's revealed the Hound, now back on his feet after his defeat at the ...and more »
news.google.com 06 Jun 2016 11:34
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Success on the pitch would be the perfect way for resurgent Rangers to confound those who choose to demonise club - Belfast Telegraph
Belfast TelegraphSuccess on the pitch would be the perfect way for resurgent Rangers to confound those who choose to demonise clubBelfast Telegraph"It was disgraceful that hundreds of fans outside the stadium conspired to inhibit the police response through acts of violence and intimidation as well as the cowardly act of using children as blockades and shields." ... who said anonymous police had ...and more »
news.google.com 06 Jun 2016 08:40
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Brexit would make Northern Ireland border controls inevitable - Osborne - Reuters
Irish IndependentBrexit would make Northern Ireland border controls inevitable - OsborneReutersThe dismantling of military border posts was a key aspect of a 1998 peace deal that ended three decades of violence between Catholic nationalists seeking a united Ireland and Protestant unionists who wanted to keep Northern Ireland British. Over 3,600 ...Hillary vs. Trump: Blessed Are the Peacemakers RealClearPoliticsall 83 news articles »
news.google.com 06 Jun 2016 08:20
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Brexit would make Northern Ireland border controls inevitable: Osborne
The dismantling of military border posts was a key aspect of a 1998 peace deal that ended three decades of violence between Catholic nationalists seeking a united Ireland and Protestant unionists who wanted to keep Northern Ireland British. Over 3,600 died ...
www.bing.com 05 Jun 2016 01:00
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Tug of war - The Economist
The EconomistTug of warThe EconomistThat does not mean Brexit would bring a return to the troubled years of violence. Yet the situation in the province remains tense, as west Belfast's intimidating “peace walls” between such places as the (Protestant) Shankill and (Catholic) Ardoyne ...EU has brought us decades of peace - what Europe needs now is reform, not a Brexit Irish Independentall 65 news articles »
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Brexit could tip Northern Ireland back into violence
The killing ended on terms that left no side fully satisfied, no future excluded, and most practitioners of violence amnestied ... Brexit would “devastate” Northern Ireland, hurting farms, businesses and the peace settlement. "The EU has been an ...
www.bing.com 18 Feb 2016 09:11
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Why Northern Ireland's 'Peace Walls' Show No Signs Of Following Berlin's Example
But in Northern Ireland, it reflects a disconnect between outsiders - be they politicians or tourists - and people living with very recent memories of the violence. A mural on a peace wall, painted on the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall The ...
www.bing.com 06 Nov 2014 01:02
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Northern Ireland Sectarian Violence Continues Despite 1998 Peace Agreement
(Reuters) - When U.S. President Barack Obama visited Northern Ireland before the G8 summit in June, he hailed its extraordinary progress in the 15 years since a peace agreement to end three decades of what locals call "The Troubles". On the other side of ...
www.bing.com 31 Jul 2013 08:50
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Northern Ireland: Peace rally against latest violence
Around 1,500 protesters held a peace rally at Belfast City Hall on Sunday in reaction to Northern Ireland’s 40th night of violence. The protest took place hours after 29 police officers were injured during the latest sectarian clashes in east Belfast.
www.bing.com 14 Jan 2013 12:12
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Northern Ireland violence continues despite peace talks
BELFAST, United Kingdom - Violence flared for the fourth night running in Northern Ireland on Sunday, January 6, hours after politicians and Church leaders held talks in a bid to quell a row over the flying of the British flag. After three nights of ...
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North Ireland violence continues despite peace talks
Belfast: Violence flared for the fourth night running in Northern Ireland on Sunday, hours after politicians ... which was torn apart by three decades of sectarian violence until peace accords in 1998 led to the creation of a power-sharing government ...
www.bing.com 06 Jan 2013 07:46
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Police: Loyalist paramilitaries behind Northern Ireland violence
Condemning the violence, she urged a continued commitment to peace during meetings with First Minister Peter Robinson and Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness in Belfast on Friday. "There can be no place in Northern Ireland for any violence; the ...
www.bing.com 07 Dec 2012 09:00
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Northern Ireland: A peace to protect
But violence still simmers and community leaders fear Northern Ireland could slide back if a weakening economy helps paramilitaries win recruits. “When the peace was agreed, I said to myself: ‘Thank God my boys are not growing up in the middle of all ...
www.bing.com 14 Aug 2012 03:30
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