Monday, March 13, 2006

[20.30 GMT] EASTER PEOPLE in a GOOD FRIDAY WORLD: Witnessing Christ in the Conflict of Life (Churches Together in Britain and Ireland Lent Course 2006) - summary plus ordering details; Greenbelt - "Peace is worth the risk"; Body of Christian peacemaker returns home (Ekklesia, UK); Fellowship of Reconciliation: latest on the hostage crisis; UK troop numbers to fall by 800 The number of UK troops in Iraq will be reduced by 800 to 7,000, Defence Secretary John Reid announces. (BBC News, UK). Where are British troops?; Reducing troops, changing views; Kember family braced after hostage killing (The Sunday Times, UK); Tom Fox (, NY, USA); Churches remember Norman Kember (Anglican Diocese of Lichfield, UK); Peace team stays in Iraq despite hostage killing (San Diego Union Tribune, United States); Tom Fox Remembered Around the World as Dedicated Activist (Bay Area Indymedia, CA, USA); Iraqi journalist becomes fifth killed in sectarian violence (Leesville Daily Leader, LA, USA); Peace team reveal fears for hostages (Greenock Telegraph, UK).

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