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Nice killer landed at Lampedusa

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Tunisian Brahim Aoussaoui, 21, who killed 3 beheading 2 in French city, landed on Italian island like Berlin attacker Anis Amri.

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F1: No fans at Imola race as bid for exemption fails

TopNews. The Emilia Romagna Formula One Grand Prix, which is set to take place at Imola on November 1, will be held behind closed doors after the local authorities and region failed in a bid to have the race exempted from a ban on fans attending sporting events.



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Francis close to France's Catholic community says Vatican

Pope praying for victims of Nice attack

The Vatican said Thursday that Pope Francis is praying for the victims of the terrorist attack in Nice's Basilica of Notre Dame in which three people were stabbed to death. "It is a moment of pain in a time of confusion," said Vatican Spokesman Matteo Bruni.


1 new saint, six beatified by Church

Pope Francis brings nine people closer to sainthood

Pope Francis has authorized the promulgation of several decrees regarding nine people who are on the path toward canonization; Vatican News reported Wednesday.


Washington Archbishop Wilton Gregory among 13 to be named Nov 28

Pope Francis to name first Afro-American cardinal

Washington DC Archbishop Wilton Gregory is to become the first Afro-American cardinal in the history of the Catholic Church.


They must be legally covered, says Francis in new documentary

Pope opens to civil unions for gay couples

Pope Francis says in a new documentary presented at the Rome Film Fest Wednesday that "homosexuals have the right to be part of a family, they are children of God and are entitled to a family," according to the Catholic News Agency.















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