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Finding contentment in a small country parish

When Archbishop John Bathersby of Brisbane asked FR JOHN KHOAI to go to rural Gayndah as parish administrator in mid-2002, he accepted wholeheartedly despite a colleague's assessment that the presbytery is the coldest one in the archdiocese...

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Living in limbo behind razor wire

Sutgin (not his real name), 29, was a journalist and radical pro-democracy activist in Iran. He was arrested, held in solitary confinement and tortured several times. He was in solitary confinement for three weeks when he was only 16. His experiences in Iran did not break him. But, he says, he has not survived his experiences in detention and as a temporary protection visa holder in Australia.

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East Timor, now officially called Timor Leste, may have celebrated its first birthday as a nation, but assistance is still badly needed. Salesian Brother MICHAEL LYNCH, a regular visitor to Australia's near neighbour, tells of the new country's needs:.

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Let the experts deliver aid to Iraq

Iraq faces a post-war humanitarian crisis unless aid organisations are allowed to do their work without interference from occupying coalition military forces, argues BEA PRZYBYSZ :.

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