Rain, rubble: With no help in sight, Nepalese try to salvage possessions
April 29, 2015

 Five days after a powerful earthquake sowed death and devastation in Nepal, victims could be seen trying to salvage possessions from mountains of rubble in the suburbs of Kathmandu.

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Inclement weather, logistical issues delay aid for Nepal quake victims
April 28, 2015

Inclement weather and logistical pressures were delaying aid to hundreds of thousands of Nepalese earthquake victims.

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Pope offers prayers for quake victims, solidarity for relief workers
April 27, 2015

Pope Francis offered his prayers to all those affected by a deadly earthquake in Nepal and encouraged rescue and emergency workers in their efforts.

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Italians arrest suspected terrorists; Vatican says no current threat
April 24, 2015

Italian police arrested at least nine people in what officials described as a terrorist cell that had planned, in 2010, to strike at the Vatican with a suicide bomber.

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Pope to visit Cuba first before heading to United States in September
April 22, 2015

Pope Francis will visit Cuba in September before his trip to the United States.

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Shroud of Turin on display; city readies for visit by pope, pilgrims
April 20, 2015

A thin white cloth draped over the glass-covered Shroud of Turin was pulled down and billowed to the floor, marking the official opening of the venerated icon's exposition to the public.

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Law improved much for disabled but much work remains, say advocates
April 17, 2015

It was nearly 25 years ago, on July 26, 1990, that the Americans With Disabilities Act passed by Congress was signed into law by President George H.W. Bush.

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War of the sexes: Gender theory is the problem, not solution, pope says
April 15, 2015

Eradicating male and female identities does nothing to solve the problem of unfair or disrespectful treatment based on people's gender, Pope Francis said.

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