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Pope calls for help to care for refugees

Posted on by Joe Little

Opening a three-day visit to Turkey, Pope Francis has said the international community has a moral obligation to assist in caring for two million refugees who have fled there from neighbouring Syria and Iraq. By Joe Little, Religious and Social … Continue reading

Double murder trial in Turkey adjourned

Posted on by Ray Donoghue

By Paul Cunningham, Europe Correspondent Shannon Graham came to Izmir expecting to come face-to-face with her former boyfriend, Recep Cetin, who is accused of murdering her mother, Marion Graham. Cetin has already told a previous hearing that he was responsible … Continue reading

Two go on trial for double murder in Turkey

Posted on by Ray Donoghue

By Paul Cunningham, Europe Correspondent In the ever-sunny Turkish resort of Kusadasi, conversation is returning to last year’s dark double murder of two women from Newry, County Down. In August, shocking news came that regular visitor Marion Graham and her … Continue reading