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BEIRUT (AP) -- After taking in a million Syrian refugees, Lebanon has quietly changed course in recent months, forcing refugees to return to Syria - where they are at risk of persecution or death - or stay illegally, leaving them vulnerable to exploitation and abuse....
AMMAN, Jordan (AP) -- When Syrian war refugee Lina Mahameed saw TV reports of the recent Paris attacks, she recognized her own story reflected in the brutality....
NIPTON, Calif. (AP) -- Waiting in the longest line ever outside what officials call the busiest lottery store in the nation, 74-year-old William Burke had three hours to think about what he'll do if he wins a multi-state Powerball jackpot estimated at $1.5 billion....
BEIJING (AP) -- Stock market and currency turmoil has battered Chinese leaders' reputation as shrewd economic managers and fed doubts about their willingness to push through more wrenching reforms....
HOUSTON (AP) -- The Rams belong to Los Angeles once again....
Vatican City, Jan 13, 2016 / 02:04 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Pope Francis could make two additional international trips in 2016, including a possible trip to Armenia.This possibility is suggested by gaps in the papal events schedule published on the website of the Prefecture of the Pontifical Household. The prefecture coordinates and prepares all the Pope’s audiences and visits in the Vatican and oversees the arrangements for the Pope’s pastoral visits to Rome and to Italy.The schedule is published every six months. The latest version includes all papal events from January to June 2016.Currently, the schedule labels two Angelus prayers and a general audience as “cancelled.” The Pope will not hold the Angelus May 22 or June 26, nor will he hold the June 22 general audience.This means that the Pope could have time for one short international trip in May and a longer one in June.At present, this interpretation of the schedule is just speculation. But sources confirme...
Vatican City, Jan 13, 2016 / 12:08 am (CNA/EWTN News).- God's love is offered to everyone who goes to the sacrament of confession, Pope Francis said in his new book on mercy – even those who are not able to receive absolution from their sins.“I feel compelled to say to confessors: talk, listen with patience, and above all tell people that God loves them,” the Pope said in The Name of God is Mercy, a book-length interview of Pope Francis by Italian journalist Andrea Tornielli published Jan. 12.“If the confessor cannot absolve a person, he needs to explain why, he needs to give them a blessing, even without the holy sacrament. The love of God exists even for those who are not disposed to receive it."Pope Francis here referred to cases in which a person is not disposed to be absolved of their sins, giving the example of his own niece, who had civilly married a man who had not yet had his first marriage found null.He recounted how the man, despite having...
(Vatican Radio)  Aid workers who reached a besieged Syrian town on Monday with humanitarian aid spoke of "heartbreaking" conditions being endured by starving residents, with hundreds in need of special medical help.United Nations agencies in Geneva supporting humanitarian efforts in Syria have condemned the siege in the town of Madaya where 40,000 people are trapped by encircling government forces and local doctors say some residents have starved to death.Listen to Peter Kenny's report: UN Under-Secretary General Stephen O’Brien has told the Security Council that the situation in Madaya is not unique. Almost 400,000 people in all of Syria are trapped in areas besieged by various parties to the conflict.The UN says the use of siege and starvation as a method of war has become routine and systematic with complete disregard for civilian life in the war-torn-country.The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs says people in Madaya are getting th...
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) -- The latest developments following the release of 10 U.S. Navy sailors detained by Iran after entering its territorial waters (All times local)....
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) -- All 10 U.S. Navy sailors detained by Iran after drifting into its territorial waters a day earlier have been freed, the U.S. and Iran said Wednesday....
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