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Australia PM urges Pope to sack disgraced archbishop
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on Thursday called on Pope Francis to sack disgraced archbishop Philip Wilson after he was convicted of covering up child sex abuse but remains employed by the church.
Pope invites Mideast religious leaders for peace summit
Pope Francis has invited leaders of all Christian denominations in the Middle East to join him in Italy in July to discuss how they can help bring peace to the region, the Vatican said on Wednesday.
Pope blesses Formula E electric racing car
Just short of waving a checkered flag, Pope Francis blessed a Formula E electric racing car on Wednesday parked up at the Vatican.
Vatican scrambles after pope appears to deny existence of hell
The Vatican has scrambled to clarify comments made by Pope Francis to a well-known Italian journalist that appeared to deny the existence of hell.
Protests mar Turkish president's meeting with Pope
As Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is on an official visit to Rome, some 150 Kurdish and Italian protesters clash with police officers in front of the Vatican after the demonstrators staged a rally to express their opposition to Turkey's military operation in Syria’s northwestern region of Afrin.
Pope says in 'pain and shame' over church sex scandal in Chile
Pope Francis has finally said he deeply regrets Chilean priests’ involvement in a series of sex crimes against children.
Pope: Don't extinguish migrants' hopes
Pope Francis described migrants and refugees as the world’s “weakest and most needy” on Monday, using his traditional New Year’s address to “give voice” to people he has urged leaders to do more to help.
Pope says Vatican foes of reforms are 'traitors', not martyrs
Pope Francis issued a stinging new critique of some in the Vatican’s top administration on Thursday, saying people sacked for obstructing his reforms should not act like martyrs but admit they are “traitors”.
Myanmar social media anger after pope uses word ‘Rohingya’
Pope Francis’s embrace of the Rohingya during a trip to Bangladesh has sparked some angry comments on social media in Myanmar, where just days earlier he chose not to publicly air their plight.
Pope uses word 'Rohingya' in public for first time on Asia trip
Pope Francis on Friday used the word “Rohingya” for the first time during his current trip to Asia to refer to refugees who have fled in large numbers from violence in Myanmar.
Pope heads to Bangladesh as rights groups criticise his silence on Rohingya crisis
Pope Francis wrapped up his visit to Myanmar on Thursday with a Mass for young people before heading to neighbouring Bangladesh where the Muslim Rohingya refugee crisis was expected to take center stage.
Pope appeals to Buddhist clergy to overcome ‘prejudice and hatred’
Pope Francis called on Myanmar’s top Buddhist monks to conquer “prejudice and hatred” in a country ravaged by communal divisions, after holding the nation’s first-ever papal mass attended by 150,000 Catholics on Wednesday.
Pope demands rights for all in Myanmar, omits ‘Rohingya’
Pope Francis insisted Tuesday that Myanmar's future depends on respecting the rights of each ethnic group, an indirect show of support for Rohingya Muslims who have been subject to decades of discrimination and a recent military crackdown described by the UN as a textbook campaign of "ethnic cleansing."
Pope dives into Rohingya crisis upon arrival in Myanmar
Pope Francis met Myanmar's powerful army chief Monday at the start of a highly sensitive trip to the majority-Buddhist country, which is under fire internationally for a brutal military crackdown that sparked an exodus of Rohingya Muslims.
Pope in Myanmar: Francis faces tricky trip (Video)
Pope Francis has departed the Vatican for Myanmar on the first papal visit to the country that has this year been widely accused of ethnic cleansing.

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