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Astronauts give Pope Francis personalised space suit

Vatican City: Astronauts from the International Space Station gave Pope Francis his own blue jump suit on June 8 but to distinguish him from ordinary planetary pilgrims like themselves ...Read More...

Sikh soldier makes history wearing turban for British royal parade

London: A  British soldier belonging to Coldstream Guards regiment has become the first person to wear a turban during the trooping the colour ceremony. More than 1,000 soldiers took ...Read More...

Americans evacuated from China after mystery illness strikes diplomats

A US medical team was screening more Americans who work in a southern Chinese city as the State Department confirmed evacuating a number of government workers who experienced unexplained ...Read More...

Crocodile kills pastor during baptism ceremony in Ethiopia

Pastor Docho Eshete was conducting baptism for 80 peopleRead More...

China reveals plan to remove ‘foreign influence’ from Catholic Church

China has launched a five year plan for the “development” of the Catholic Church, aimed at altering religious principles and practices to coincide with Chinese communist ideals. This plan ...Read More...

Volcano eruption kills 25 in Guatemala

Guatemala City: At least 25 people were killed and nearly 300 wounded on June 3 in volcano eruption in Guatemala, a central American nation. Officials said Guatemala’s Volcan de ...Read More...

Pope begins meetings with Chilean clerical abuse victims

Vatican City:  Pope Francis begins his second set of meetings with victims of Fr. Fernando Karadima, a Chilean priest who committed sexual abuse, as well as abuse of power and ...Read More...

Half of world’s children threatened by war, poverty, bias

More than one billion children live in countries hit by poverty and 240 million in countries affected by conflict and fragility.Read More...

Nigeria: Catholic seminary attacked, priests injured

The Sacred Heart Minor Seminary in Jalingo, the Taraba State capital in Nigeria, has been shut for one week following an attack by suspected Fulani herdsmen. Two Catholic priests ...Read More...

Pope writes to FIFA on slave labor in Qatar

Rome:  It is a well known fact  that Pope Francis is an avid soccer fan, and that when it comes to social concerns, the fight against human trafficking is ...Read More...
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