Page 3, 10th March 2000

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Burma Genocide Claims Contested

Burmese ambassador makes attack on Lord Alton By Simon Caldwell BURMA'S AMBASSADOR to Britain has furiously rejected claims that his country is conducting a campaign of genocide......

Nuncio Hears Grievances

BRI I ISII JENNisil leaders have protested against the signing of a diplomatic agreement between the Vatican and the Palestine Liberation Organisation last month, writes Luke......

Passage House Opened

CARDINAL BASIL HOME'S dream of a permanent home for London's largest nightshelter for the homeless was realised last week at a celebrity-studded gathering in Westminster, writes......

Young Pro-lifers Urged To Fight For Posterity

By Paul Burnell YOUNG PEOPLE were last week urged to fight for the rights of their parents, grandparents and future children. Speaking to the Society for the Protection of......

News In Brief

Complaint is dismissed THE DECISION of a Catholic secondary school to refuse a place to a child because her parents were not Catholic enough was upheld by the local authority......

`raped' Nun Invented Story

A NUN who claimed that she had been violently raped after a Christmas party made the story up, according to detectives. The 37-year-old was found with horrific injuries and......

Bishop Reveals New Re Plans

Bishop Nichols told CATSC delegates that a new version of Here I Am would soon be available for use in primary schools. The original text, published over a decade ago, was......

Bma Rejects Moves For Doctor-assisted Suicide

By Simon Caldwell TILE IDEA of a change in the homicide law to forbid medical professionals to help people to commit suicide has been rejected by the doctors' union. The British......

Catching An Eyeful Of London

Lotiauks pilgrims Ayesha Booth and Derek Kavanagh (pictured right) went for a spin in the London Eye on Sunday, writes Josephine Siedlecka. The pair who belong to the HCPT......