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- Editorial: who pulled the trigger?OpinionBy Dutch led investigation into Boeing 777-200 of Malaysia Airlines shot down above East-Ukraine on July 17th 2014, no explicit answer was provided as to who pulled the trigger to bring death to 298 people. What we do know is that Russia has stoked and stirred the events indirectly and directly causing the calamity.
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- Editorial: the importance of being morally responsibleOpinionA tragic accident happens where not expected. People are hurt or perish. The public is shocked. An investigation kicks in... and is soon over – no necessary elements of criminal offence. Even so, liability is not legal alone, but a notion much broader. It’s not necessarily the establishing and the punishing of the culprit in eyes of law. Rather, it’s the sensing or moral responsibility.
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- Editorial: human dignity, political responsibilityOpinionOver these past weeks, a lot – of necessity – has been spoken and written on resignation, on taking political responsibility. Always, the question will remain – when’s the cause and time right, for that. And: who is responsible, anyway? In some cases, it’s surely unavoidable. Yesterday, Latvian government stepped down due to the collapsed Maxima store in Riga claiming dozens of lives. Prime Minister Valdis Dombrovskis thus accepting his share of the responsibility.