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Topic: Libya

Gaddafi’s death was barbaric. In this case, though, all the alternatives were worse

A lynch-mob is a frightful thing. But just as William Hague was right to say that we don’t approve of extra-judicial killings, is a judicial killing in cold blood any better?

Vatican: Gaddafi’s death marks end of ‘harsh and oppressive regime’

Vatican expresses hope that new Libyan government begins new era based on justice and a ‘spirit of inclusion’

Libyan bishop claims ‘dozens’ of civilians killed in air strikes

Apostolic vicar of Tripoli says collapse of one building killed 40 people

Morning Catholic must-reads: 29/03/11

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Pope calls for suspension of fighting in Libya

Archbishop Mennini, Apostolic Nuncio to Britain, is to represent the Vatican at an international conference on Libya tomorrow

The air strikes over Libya undoubtedly meet St Thomas’s conditions for a just war

This is a risky venture: but the risk of doing nothing was much greater

Morning Catholic must-reads: 28/03/11

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English bishop urges restraint in Libya mission

Bishop of the Forces says military intervention must only serve to ‘defend the defenceless’

Pope urges leaders: keep Libyan civilians safe

Benedict XVI says news from Libya over the past few days has caused him ‘deep trepidation and fear’

Cardinal defends release of Lockerbie bomber

Cardinal Keith O’Brien criticises American ‘culture of vengeance’ after calls for Scottish leaders to appear at Senate hearing