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Richard III’s (alleged) killing of his nephews broke the ultimate taboo

St Benet's was the last single-sex undergraduate body in Oxford University

The Benedictine institution at Oxford University has acquired a second site, currently run by the Society of the Sacred Heart

Bashar Assad has hung on in power four years after the start of the war (AP)

John Kerry has finally stated that we should talk to Assad, something that should have been done four years ago

Francis greets the faithful this week (CNS)

‘Holy Year of Mercy’ will begin on December 8

A teacher and her pupils at a London academy (PA)

A new think-that report on faith schools ignores the impact of mass immigration on Britain

Richard III: a monster

Richard almost certainly murdered his nephews. Why does he attract such a fan club?

Jihadi John was identified yesterday as a Londoner

Why do young British men embrace Islamism? Because they are spoilt rotten

ISIS have reportedly murdered 15 Christians

Another 300 are held captive by ISIS terrorists in Syria, says abbot

Relatives of the victims before their murder  (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)

Britain’s intervention in Libya was a disaster, and yesterday 21 innocent Egyptian Christians became the latest victims

Bishop Basel Yaldo, left, with Chaldean Archbishop Djibrail Kassab of Sydney (CNS)

Chaldean Catholic, whose home town is occupied by ISIS, will serve the faithful in Baghdad