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BOSTON, Jan. 24 (UPI) -- Looking for action to insure that Metropolitan Paul Yazigi and Metropolitan Mar Gregorios Yohanna Ibrahim arrive home safely.
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Dad who threw son from balcony freed

ATHENS, Greece, May 29 (UPI) -- A British man who threw his son off a hotel balcony in what he later called an "earthquake of psychosis" was freed from a Greek psychiatric hospital Friday.

Dad gets new hearing in death of son

LONDON, May 7 (UPI) -- The British High Court has quashed an inquest ruling that a man "unlawfully killed" his 6-year-old son by throwing him off a hotel balcony.

Judges grant review of balcony verdict

LONDON, Nov. 5 (UPI) -- Two British judges say a man whose son died when the father threw him off a balcony can challenge a coroner's verdict that the act constituted murder.

Inquest: Boy unlawfully killed by dad

BRISTOL, England, March 27 (UPI) -- A British coroner ruled Thursday that a 6-year-old boy pushed off a Greek hotel balcony by his father was unlawfully killed.

Inquest begins for boy killed by father

BRISTOL, England, March 26 (UPI) -- An inquest into the death of a 6-year-old English boy opened with witnesses who saw John Hogan throw his children off the balcony of a Greek hotel.

Dad acquitted in killing,attempted suicide

ATHENS, Greece, Jan. 23 (UPI) -- A British man has been acquitted of killing his son by jumping with him from a Greek hotel balcony and been ordered into psychiatric treatment.

Google, Clear Channel sign radio ad deal

SAN ANTONIO, April 16 (UPI) -- Google Inc. will sell commercials on stations owned by Clear Channel Communications Inc., the No. 1 U.S. radio station owner, the companies said Monday.

New engineering problem solutions sought

BRISTOL, England, March 19 (UPI) -- The British government has awarded the University of Bristol $3.9 million to develop new ways of approaching real-world engineering problems.

Suicidal father makes second try in prison

HERAKLION, Greece, Sept. 2 (UPI) -- John Hogan, who tried to jump to his death while holding his two children last month in Crete, has attempted suicide again in a Greek prison.

Child hurt in balcony jump back in England

LONDON, Aug. 20 (UPI) -- A 2-year-old girl whose father tossed her 6-year-old brother off a Crete hotel balcony, killing the boy, and then jumped with her is back in England.

British tourist charged with killing son

HERAKLION, Greece, Aug. 18 (UPI) -- Police in Crete have filed murder charges against a British tourist who jumped from a hotel balcony with his two young children, killing one of them.

ADP to spinoff subsidiary

ROSELAND, N.J., Aug. 2 (UPI) -- New Jersey's Automatic Data Processing Inc. said Wednesday it would spinoff its brokerage services business in a tax-free move.

Clear Channel adds liberal programming

LOS ANGELES, Aug. 24 (UPI) -- Some Clear Channel Communications Inc. radio stations are switching to a liberal talk format, Broadcasting & Cable said Tuesday.

Clear Channel auction for Charley victims

SAN ANTONIO, Aug. 21 (UPI) -- Clear Channel Radio is auctioning 43 celebrity-signed guitars with proceeds going to relief effects in areas affected by Hurricane Charley in Florida.
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John Hogan (October 14, 1800 – 1858) was one of Ireland's greatest sculptors.

Hogan was born on October 14, 1800 in Tallow, Co. Waterford, spent his youth in the city of Cork, Ireland and, in 1812, was placed as clerk to an attorney. Disliking this occupation, he chose to be apprenticed to the architect Sir Thomas Deane, where his talents for drawing and carving were developed. He was sent to Rome where he resided and cultivated his skills for many years.

Hogan's best known work and masterpiece are the three versions of the statue of The Redeemer in Death or The Dead Christ. Created in flawless Carrara marble, the first version (1829) is located in St. Therese's Church, Dublin, Ireland, the second (1833) in St. Finbarr's (South) Church, Cork, Ireland and the third and final version (1854) is located in the Basilica of St. John The Baptist, Newfoundland. Other works by Hogan include the Sleeping Shepherd and The Drunken Faun.

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It uses material from the Wikipedia article "John Hogan."
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