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Still-outstanding FINSAC report will not be timely – Rudd

Another finance minister has left office without delivering the Financial Sector Adjustment Company (FINSAC) report into the collapse of the …read more

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Fight to the end – 77-y-o FINSAC debtor determined not to lose family house

From her hospital bed in Los Angeles, California, in the United States (US), FINSAC debtor Mary Gordon is fighting a …read more

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Lost in lockup – 16 lawsuits in two months as hundreds flock human rights group over alleged police abuse

Hundreds of disheartened Jamaicans have been swarming the offices of human-rights group Jamaicans for Justice (JFJ) seeking help to get …read more

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Villanova beats Kansas, will face Michigan in NCAA title game

Villanova defeated Kansas 95-79 in Saturday’s Final Four matchup and will play Michigan in Monday’s NCAA championship game. …read more

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Advertisers flee Laura Ingraham after criticism of Parkland student

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David Hogg took on Fox News’ Laura Ingraham and succeeded in getting advertisers to jump ship …read more

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#MeToo likely to impact Cosby retrial, experts say

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One initial test of #MeToo’s impact will be jury selection. …read more

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Pope in Easter Vigil baptizes Nigerian migrant called hero

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Francis challenged Catholics to not remain silent, as Jesus’ disciples were after his crucifixion. …read more

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Protests over police shooting of Stephon Clark enter second weekend

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The rallies have been buoyed with the support of Black Lives Matters and local NBA basketball teams. …read more

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Pope in Easter Vigil baptizes Nigerian migrant called hero

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Francis challenged Catholics to not remain silent, as Jesus’ disciples were after his crucifixion. …read more

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Seek UN support for more sanctions| Letters

The dismissal of HR McMaster, to be succeeded by John Bolton, marks a new low point in Trump’s foreign policy You …read more

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