By Rachel Trousdale. “Our Lady, did we make you? Did you make us?”
By Peggy Brightman. The marvel and resilience of the burned Notre Dame de Paris.
By Michael Zinkowski. Fires now extinguished in Notre Dame and Southern black churches yield ash for the future.
By Matt Broomfield. WHO is preparing for a global epidemic. The Stansted 15 show a strong resistance.
By Rasma Haidri. From Norway, a dispatch on 3D-printed guns in the era of climate change.
By Judith Kingston. On ambiguity after the historic vote to legalize abortion in Ireland.
By Brian Kim Stefans. Is President Macron’s keen overtures toward the Trumps a good strategy for France?
By Collin Spinney. In innocence, a man in Sweden picked up a hand grenade, which detonated.
By Olga Dermott-Bond. In an English hospital, 20,000 patient X-rays languish, unexamined. How did it happen?
By E.M. Lyng. Uncertainties over Northern Ireland’s post-Brexit fate revive its troubled past.