Page 2, 1st July 1988

1st July 1988
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Olympic Effort For Seoul Poor

Brian Dooley reports on the story you won't read in the sports' pages this year. FOR MANY Koreans, the coming Olympic Games in Seoul will not be a festival of peace and sport.......

Nude Rumpus And A Sting M Tale

I taly' s mi n istry. Inside Rome FOR THE past two years, a Marseilles business man, Joseph Zappia, 57, has spent over a million pounds on a project to film a play written by......

Overseas News In Brief

Killing fields VIETNAM is suffering its worst famine for years, according to CAFOD contacts in the region. More than two million are said to be on the brink of starvation with a......

Gorbachev Brings New Hope To War Objectors

THE SOVIET UNION may permit conscientious objection to military service on religious grounds, according to reports this week. Professor Valeri Savitsky of the USSR Institute of......

Dublin Bar Staff Call Time

AN UNHOLY ROW is brewing in Ireland as new licensing laws are about to take effect. The new laws, which come into being this weekend, will end the traditional "holy hour" from......

Kennedy's Short Shrift

US Congressman Joseph Kennedy of Boston has succeeded in getting a key Congressional committee to pass his bill aimed at changing the employment practices of the aviation film......

Theologian Of The 'whole Picture'

OBITUARY THE DAY before he was due to be made a cardinal by the Pope, the Swiss theologian Dr Hans Urs von Balthasar died, aged 82, leaving behind him a legacy matched only by......

Angolan War Hope

DESPITE a shaky start, some progress was reported during two days of peace talks held last week in Cairo between South Africa, Angola, Cuba and the United States over the......