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Lebanon—a multi-faith nation of just four million people—continues to shoulder the burden of more than two million refugees within its borders.

Many of the ordinary people of Northern Ireland and of Scotland are deeply concerned about the Brexit vote.

We may dismiss the diabolical as unreasonable, but cannot the irrational be real?

Probably not, but it may well prevent sick people in the global South from receiving treatment.

The pope’s call for Christians to offer an apology to gay and lesbian people was also carefully welcomed this week by Bishop Robert McElroy of San Diego.

ColoradoCare grants voting rights over the program to its recipients—including non-citizens.

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