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Target: London

Tattoo writers weigh in from around the world

That was my double decker bus...

-- By Hayley Slade

London bombers killed hope

-- By Chloe Stead

We must fight terrorism

-- By Geraldine Soon

Plus online extras:

Carrying on in London

Carnage in London

War comes to London, but doesn't need to spread

Don't forget Africa

Canada seeks to comfort a wounded England


Trying to bring tolerance to Terryville

The student chapter of Amnesty International at Terryville High School is launching a controversial tolerance campaign to crush discrimination.

“This is our initial campaign, and it’s the first attempt at making gay issues known and to confront fears,” said Robert Nave, the school’s Amnesty International faculty advisor.

The campaign includes several factual morning announcements about bisexual, gay, lesbian, and transgender people and signs posted throughout the school advocating equality among people of all sexual preferences.

 By Stefan Koski

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