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Holy See confirms investigation of Order of Malta

January 17, 2017. The Holy See has issued a statement Tuesday in response to "attempts by the Order of Malta to discredit” the new group established by the Vatican to conduct the investigation of why the Chancellor of the Order of Malta was asked to step down.
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Pope sends condolences for victims of Turkish cargo jet crash

January 16, 2017. On Monday morning, a Turkish cargo plane has tragically crashed in Kyrgyzstan, killing dozens and hospitalizing many others. Many homes and vehicles in the small village are also destroyed. As a result, Vatican Secretary of State, Pietro Parolin has sent a message of condolences to the victims of the disaster on behalf of Pope Francis.
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Pope Francis to meet with Palestinian president on Saturday

January 11, 2017. Pope Francis will meet with Palestinian president, Mahmud Abbas on Saturday, January 14, at the Vatican to inaugurate the new Palestinian embassy to the Holy See.
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Former Director of the Vatican's school for diplomats, Justo Mullor dies

December 30, 2016. The smiling archbishop Justo Mullor died this morning in Rome, at the Pío XI Clinic. He was 84 years old.
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Pope approves new decrees for the Causes of Saints

December 22, 2016. On Wednesday, December 21, Pope Francis authorized the following decrees for the Causes of Saints:

Emergency funds allocated to help increasing number of refugees

2015-08-13

They were forced out of their homes because of violence or social instability. It's a reality a growing number of refugees are facing in Africa and in the Middle East. The UN's Central Emergency Respond Fund has taken notice. 

STEPHEN O'BRIEN
UN Humanitarian Affairs/Emergency Relief
"We have 60 million displaced persons which is the highest number since the Second World War.”

With more refugees and armed conflicts, the UN recently announced it will assign $70 million dollars to respond appropriately. 

STEPHEN O'BRIEN
UN Humanitarian Affairs/Emergency Relief
"We have for instance on this occasion looked in Sudan and in the Horn of Africa, where both crisis -which continue- are in danger of being forgotten by comparison to some of the huge major crisis we have elsewhere in the world.”

In the Horn of Africa, humanitarian agencies in Eritrea, Ethiopia and Somalia will receive $33 million. In Somalia, over 730,000 people are in need of food and basic services. Sudan and Chad will also receive monetary assistance. 

Children are among the refugees. In the Syrian city of Aleppo, nearly 200,000 people had no access to water. Supply was cut off due to the ongoing violence and power cuts. 

To respond, UNICEF increased its water deliveries, from 800,000 to 2.5 million liters a day. It's a way to help the every day lives of those who lost everything from one day to the next...and now, are simply looking to survive. 



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