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Defeat in Wisconsin has put Trump on the brink.
Winifred Carney was one of two female candidates for Sinn Fein at the 1918 election, finishing third at Belfast Victoria behind Labour Unionist and Labour candidates.
Our commitment to human rights abroad has never been weaker, says Hilary Benn.
Sigmundur Davíð Gunnlaugsson will stay on as leader of the Progressive party.
Jihadis, spectacular mass-casualty attacks and the myth of an apocalyptic new world order.
The trade deal will put corporations in control, not citizens, warns Diane Abbott.
Almost all of the recent terror attacks in Europe were carried out by our own people. So how can we stop another?
South Africa’s president is now facing calls to resign even from within his own party.
What's fascinating, when reading Hergé's series today, is how clearly its values evolve in line with a changing world.
These women are trying to eke out an existance in the no-man's land between the Islamists and far right groups. Acts of compassion - and translation - matter.
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