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“We have asked for forgiveness; we know that it’s not enough.”

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“I hope he lives forever. He is my father, grandfather, uncle. He is my everything.”

DENEL ANART, a supporter of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, speaking to CNN while watching Erdogan’s third-term victory speech on May 28 on a screen in Istanbul.

“We have asked for forgiveness; we know that it’s not enough.”

Bishop GIOVANI ARANA of El Alto, Bolivia, speaking about a sexual abuse scandal in a May 28 homily reported by Catholic news organization ACI Prensa. In April, Spanish newspaper El País accused Jesuits of covering up a priest’s abuse of as many as 85 minors.

“Just being able to hear my national anthem, see my flag, I definitely want to stand.”

WNBA star BRITTNEY GRINER, commenting on her decision to stand for the U.S. national anthem on May 19 at her first regular season basketball game after returning from detainment in Russia.

“I want to spend my last five years correcting my colleagues’ mistakes.”

U.S. Circuit Judge PAULINE NEWMAN, who turns 96 on June 20, on her refusal to retire from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, despite urging from the circuit’s chief judge. Newman is the oldest active federal judge, according to The Washington Post.


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