Malala Yousafza has been accepted to Oxford University. The human rights advocate and Nobel laureate will study philosophy, politics and economics.
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Doing nothing is not an option. Some of these threats seem unlikely, and they probably will not hit us tomorrow or the day after. But it only takes one to change the world we live in forever.
Lord John Alderice on Peace in Northern Ireland, Interview with Prominent 1998 Good Friday Agreement Negotiator
Finally, I would like to ask you about the current situation in Northern Ireland. While there has been sustained peace since
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