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Last mentioned in Johannesburg : South Africa
Desmond Mpilo Tutu (born 7 October 1931) is a South African activist and retired Anglican bishop who rose to worldwide fame during the 1980s as an opponent of apartheid. He was the first...

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  • Sunday's National Newspaper Front Pages

      News Source: Sky News | 9 days ago
    The Observer Retired Anglican archbishop Desmond Tutu has joined Lord Carey in backing the right of the terminally ill to end their lives in dignity :: The Independent On Sunday Victims of child abuse are to sue the Government over the lack of
  • Desmond Tutu plea for 'assisted dying' before historic Lords debate

      News Source: Guardian Unlimited | 10 days ago
    Archbishop Desmond Tutu was speaking ahead of a debate in the House on Lords on Lord Falconer's assisted dying bill. Photograph: News Pictures/Rex Features Desmond Tutu , one of the world's most eminent religious leaders, has made an extraordinary
  • World Council of Churches pulls fossil fuel investments

      News Source: The Guardian | 11 days ago
    The World Council of Churches has revised its ethical investment criteria to exclude fossil fuel companies Photograph: Hilke Maunder/Alamy An umbrella group of churches, which represents over half a billion Christians worldwide, has decided to pull
  • July 2 - Today in History

      News Source: Magic City Morning Star | 20 days ago
    Actor James Stewart died at age 89 2000 - Opposition candidate Vicente Fox won Mexico's presidential elections, ending the Institutional Revolutionary Party's 71-year reign 2001 - Robert Tools received the world's first self-contained artificial
  • Shamelessness of neocons

      News Source: Japan Times | 23 days ago
    Canberra Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair calls to mind a Charles Dickens character in Bleak House: Sir Leicester is generally in a complacent mood. When he has nothing else to do, he can always contemplate his own greatness. It is a
  • Eco-friendly jobs in Vancouver increase over past three years

      News Source: The Globe & Mail | 1 month ago
    Story Archbishop Desmond Tutu says he doesn't want to tell Canadians what to do about the environment. The Canadian Press Video It puts to rest the tired, stale ideology that the environment is at odds with the economy, said Mr. Robertson, as he and
  • Mandela's ex-PA hits out at icon's funeral 'chaos'

      News Source: The New Zealand Herald | 1 month ago
    Zelda la Grange, a former personal assistant of Nelson Mandela, looks on during the official launch of her book 'Good Morning, Mr Mandela' in Johannesburg, South Africa. Photo / AFP Nelson Mandela's long-serving personal assistant has hit out at the "
  • Senators back Keystone, but Gore predicts Obama will reject it

      News Source: The Globe & Mail | 1 month ago
    Archbishop Desmond Tutu says he doesn't want to tell Canadians what to do about the environment. The Canadian Press Video Safety regulators have placed two extra conditions on TransCanada's Keystone XL pipeline. One of the conditions requires


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