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god when they hold that child that that body and that life will be safe. for the rest of his life. and with this i will say, this violent act was not in pursuit of public safety. because one must ask was not it in the interest of keeping the public safe that tyre nichols would be with us here today. >> that is the most powerful black woman in the history of the united states, reverend fisher. what did it mean to the community in memphis that she was there and did that today? >> well, thank you, joy, for having me. i think her presence was powerful. i think her words were provocative and true. and beyond that, i think what people in the city, especially activists and organizers and people pushing this agenda

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BBC Wales Investigates

he referred to one of the drills in one of the sessions as the c—word drill, you know, in front of other senior members of the team. and that it was ok. we had 17—, 18—year—olds there. and they used the c—word in front of them? and referred to the drill as the c—word. charlotte says she reported her concerns to bosses. we understand one of those bosses didn't recall that conversation. the man in question left the wru. she says she was told the complaint couldn't be investigated further. marc says he also reported incidents elsewhere. he says that, last march, he witnessed colleagues making jokes about child sexual abuse during a staff team—building event. very early on in that day, somebody on a bus journey to the activity referenced somebody was, um, from a private school.

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BBC News

translation: i prayer and a blessing. tuna/mom- prayer and a blessing. translation: i am close to you. your tears _ translation: i am close to you. your tears are — translation: i am close to you. your tears are my _ translation: i am close to you. your tears are my tears. - translation: i am close to you. your tears are my tears. your - your tears are my tears. your pain is my pain. to every family that grieves or is displaced either burning of villages and other war crimes, to the survivors of sexual violence and to every injured child and adult i say i am with you. child and adult i say i am with ou. . , ~ ., child and adult i say i am with ou. . ., , you. nearly 6 million people have been — you. nearly 6 million people have been terminally - have been terminally displaced in congo and 26 million face severe hunger. largely because of armed conflict. a conflict that pope francis condemned. translation:— translation: hands of the democratic _ translation: hands of the democratic republic - translation: hands of the democratic republic of - translation: hands of the | democratic republic of congo. hands off africa. stop choking africa. it is not a mine to be stripped or a terrain to be plundered. stripped or a terrain to be plundered-— stripped or a terrain to be lundered. �* ., , ., plundered. but the pope did not mention the _ plundered. but the pope did not mention the role _ plundered. but the pope did not mention the role played - plundered. but the pope did not mention the role played by - mention the role played by catholic colonisers supported by the vatican and the

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we can speak to our correspondent phil mercer. highly controversial character as we said, what have crowds been saying stop?— as we said, what have crowds been saying stop? tyre nichols was an extremely _ been saying stop? tyre nichols was an extremely polarising i was an extremely polarising figure, australia's most senior catholic, archbishop of melbourne and archbishop of sydney, to his detractors a man who ignored child sexual abuse in the church and did nothing about it. cardinal pell always denied those allegations, in 2018, he was convicted of abusing those two boys in melbourne in the mid—19 90s. he spent more than 400 days in prison before his convictions were quashed by the australian high court in 2020. speaking to people at st mary �*s cathedral in sydney on a very warm, humid day in australia's august city,

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Newsday

unfortunately is a difficult journey. but it's mainly about bringing hope and giving voice to those who don't have a voice. for more on this, i am joined now by our correspondent phil mercer. he is at the scene for us. great to get you on the programme. george pell was hugely controversial in life — and even in death, those controversies haven't faded — and immensely polarising figure in this country. cardinal george pell was once upon a time of the archbishop of melbourne and sydney, australia's highest ranking catholic official. to his detractors, he was a man who ignored warnings of child sexual abuse in the catholic church dating back as far as the 19705. the5e church dating back as far as the 19705. these were allegations cardinal pell always denied. in 2018, he was convicted of abusing two boys at a cathedral in melbourne. in

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BBC Wales Investigates

and because they went to a private school, there would be some kind of sexual abuse to him as a child by teachers, etc... um... i was quite shocked that that sort of terminology was used. as we got off the bus, the most senior manager on that particularjourney then echoed the same statement to the same individual. that particular day, you know, it was unprofessional behaviour throughout, to the point where that day was actually investigated by an external hr company. marc says he told them what he'd overheard. the wru told us, "this is new information "which will be followed up and acted on." women's rugby was everything i wanted to do. i remember those days when i pulled on a red jersey were one of the most wonderful days of my life. tonia antoniazzi

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BBC News

don't think it will be enough, after all president biden signed the law last year, last december. a police measure meant to de—escalate these kind of violent confrontations when police arrest people. and just a short time after he signed that bell you have the death of young tyre nichols, something that should never have happened to any human being certainly not anybody�*s son or child full sad, sad thing, it will take more than legislation to change this, it's changing the hearts and minds of people so people actually treat their neighbours like they want to be treated themselves. if we could treat people —— teach people to love their neighbour like they love themselves we would be in much better shape. the themselves we would be in much better shape-— better shape. the name tyre nichols sadly _ better shape. the name tyre nichols sadly one _ better shape. the name tyre nichols sadly one of- better shape. the name tyre nichols sadly one of a - better shape. the name tyre nichols sadly one of a long i nichols sadly one of a long list of of black people have died at the hands of police officers, you talk about

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Newsday

felt him with me. - on my shoulder and i really felt him with me. it- on my shoulder and i really felt him with me. it was. felt him with me. it was honestiy— felt him with me. it was honestiy a _ felt him with me. it was honestly a really - felt him with me. it was. honestly a really beautiful exoerience. _ honestly a really beautiful experience, a _ honestly a really beautiful experience, a man- honestly a really beautiful experience, a man of- honestly a really beautiful experience, a man of god| honestly a really beautiful - experience, a man of god who didn't— experience, a man of god who didn't stand _ experience, a man of god who didn't stand down _ experience, a man of god who didn't stand down from - experience, a man of god who didn't stand down from his- didn't stand down from his faith, _ didn't stand down from his faith, he _ didn't stand down from his faith, he never, _ didn't stand down from his faith, he never, yeah, - didn't stand down from his faith, he never, yeah, he. faith, he never, yeah, he always— faith, he never, yeah, he always stood _ faith, he never, yeah, he always stood up - faith, he never, yeah, he always stood up for- faith, he never, yeah, he always stood up for his . faith, he never, yeah, he - always stood up for his faith, what — always stood up for his faith, what he _ always stood up for his faith, what he believed _ always stood up for his faith, what he believed in. - the funeral has been going on now for over an hour. in the last 45 minutes or so, we've seen a very noisy demonstration. just on the street opposite the cathedral 5treet opposite the cathedral here in sydney, by lgbt protester5 who are angry at the church �*5 stance on homosexuality and also angry at cardinal george pell�*5 opposition to 5ame—5ex opposition to same—sex marriage. george pell, go to hell, was the enchant of many of the protesters, several hundred in number. they have since been moved on by the police. the cardinal because my convictions for child sexual abuse that were quashed by the high court in australia were mentioned during the funeral,

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BBC News

george pell has taken place in sydney. cardinal pell died last month aged 81, after heart complications arising from hip surgery. at one point, he was the third most powerful figure in the vatican but was also controversial. he spent 13 months injail for abusing two boys while archbishop of melbourne in the 1990s before the conviction was quashed. and a landmark inquiry found that he knew of child sexual abuse by priests in australia as early as the 1970s but failed to take action. well, some protesters have gathered outside sydney's st mary's cathedral where the cardinal will be laid to rest in a crypt. phil mercer told us about the different reactions to his death. to his detractors, he as a man who ignored child sexual abuse in the church and did nothing about it. cardinal pell always denied those allegations. in 2018, he was convicted of abusing those two boys in melbourne in the mid—1990s.

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BBC News

of violent confrontations when police arrest people. and just a short time after he signed that bill, you have the death of young tyre, something that should that never have happened to any human being, certainly not anybody�*s son or child. a sad, sad thing, it will take more than legislation to change this, it's changing the hearts and minds of people so people actually treat their neighbours like they want to be treated themselves. if we could teach people to love their neighbour like they love themselves, we'd be in much better shape. the name tyre nichols sadly one of a long list of black people who have died at the hands of police officers, you talk about cultural change and changing hearts and minds. how do you do this in a country which is so diverse and where this has become such a big issue? it certainly starts with our leaders but it doesn't mean regular people can't have a hand in the change, caring about other

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