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How Seamus Heaney epic poem resonates with Syrian war

Joanne Sweeney
'NO SUCH thing as innocent bystanding' – rarely have the words of Seamus Heaney in his lyrical poem Mycenae Lookout resonated so strongly as in the present environment of ideological conflict and international terrorism.

Caomhnú na timpeallachta agus leas na ndaoine i ndeabhaidh i Ruanda

Robert McMillen
Saothraíonn Ruanda an chuid is mo den airgead a fhaigheann siad ón turasóireacht ó “gorilla treks” ach tá easaontas mór sa tír mar gheall ar chinneadh Bhord Forbartha Ruanda go n-ardófaí an praghas a bheadh ar cheadúnas dul sa tóir ar ghoraillí faoi dhó go dtí $1,500 Meiriceánach ar mhaithe le caomhnú na timpeallachta ...

Also released: Churchill, Fireman Sam: Alien Alert and Whitney: Can I Be Me

CHURCHILL (PG, 98 mins) ARRIVING several months ahead of director Joe Wright's Oscar-tipped biopic of Sir Winston Churchill with Gary Oldman as the cigar-puffing statesman, Jonathan Teplitzky's film casts Brian Cox as the bombastic British prime minister during one of the most turbulent periods of his leadership: the D-Day landings.

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