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ANALYSIS: 'Not in our name': Huge Wembley reception for Modi also sparks 'biggest protests'

by Slok Gyawali - 11th November 2015

HIGH-PROFILE divisions in the UK’s India diaspora will hurt Narendra Modi’s image as a global leader.

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ANALYSIS: When does a mosque stop being a church - or museum?

by Charles Cameron - 4th November 2015

HISTORY is snapping at the heels of interfaith relations in both Turkey and Spain, reports CHARLES CAMERON

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First peace studies programme in the Arab world gets off to tentative start

by Jayson Casper - 28th October 2015

AS THE THIRD intifada escalates, visas to study nonviolence in Palestine are still a tricky issue, staff and students tell Lapido

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