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This week, we publish for the first time the memoir of a nun who survived the atomic bomb; Mark Dowd describes sharing the last day on earth of a man executed for murder; Milo Yiannopoulos urges the bishops to overhaul their website; and Mary O’Regan meets the man who masterminded a bloggers’ conference at the Vatican. Piers Paul Read, meanwhile, says that Anders Breivik is a world apart from the real Templars.
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