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A piece of news in BalkanInsight produced a déja vu impression on me. A quote: A memorial plaque honouring World War II concentration camp victims who died on the Croatian island of Pag has been vandalised again, just weeks after being restored…The attack came just weeks after the plaque was replaced at a commemoration in… » read more

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“Less than one percent of priests are guilty of this…” ( Ratzinger) When visit of pope Benedict is coming closer in UK a wide debate has started about possibility to put pope in court due protecting paedophile priests. George Monbiot wrote in the Guardian how the case against pope rests on international law’s potential to… » read more

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The UN General Assembly chose January 27 as the official day for the commemoration, as it was on this day in 1945 that Soviet troops liberated the Auschwitz extermination camp, the last such camp still functioning. Throughout Europe, tributes will be paid to the 53 million people who died during World War II, of whom… » read more

Posted by Ari Rusila