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Video: “First Take Vatican” (Catholic News Service)
08 Aug 2011 – A slideshow of various photographs from Paul Jeffrey and photographers with Reuters illustrates the turmoil in eastern Africa caused by a lengthy drought and political disagreements.  Read more...
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New Study on Muslim Americans (Catholic News Service)
05 Aug 2011 – WASHINGTON (CNS) — American Muslims are more optimistic about their future than people of other religions are about their own, though Muslims say they regularly contend with suspicion and lack of respect for their faith.  Read more...
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Refugee Crisis in Horn of Africa (Catholic News Service)
04 Aug 2011 – DADAAB, Kenya (CNS) — It took 32 days for Fatima Mohammed to make it from her drought-racked farm in Somalia to the relative safety of a sprawling refugee settlement in northeastern Kenya. There were days, she recalled, when her children were so thirsty that they could not walk and the men in her family would ferry them ahead, returning to carry two more children in their arms.  Read more...
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04 Aug 2011 – LUSAKA, Zambia (CNS) — Catholic agencies are reported to be among the leading organizations providing humanitarian aid to the drought– and famine-ravaged Horn of Africa.  Read more...
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Car Bombs Blast Church in Iraq (Catholic News Service)
03 Aug 2011 – VATICAN CITY (CNS) — A car bomb exploded outside a Syriac Catholic church in the northern Iraq city of Kirkuk leaving at least 20 people injured.   Read more...
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02 Aug 2011 – CASTEL GANDOLFO, Italy (CNS) — Christians cannot be indifferent to the suffering of hundreds of thousands of people starving in the Horn of Africa, Pope Benedict XVI said.  Read more...
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02 Aug 2011 Vatican Radio — Archbishop Sako of Kirkuk says attack will not stop work for peace and harmony among religions.  Read more...
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02 Aug 2011 – Le pape Benoit XVI a déclaré dimanche 31 juillet que le monde “ne doit pas rester indifférent” à la sécheresse qui menace 12 millions de personnes dans la Corne de l’Afrique.   Read more...


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