Nov 14, 2015

Pope Francis: 'No justification' for Paris attacks

Pope Francis condemned Friday night's deadly terrorist attacks in Paris in a phone interview with the Italian Episcopal Conference's TV station, The New York Times reports. "There is no justification for such things, neither religious nor human, this is not human," he said. "It is difficult to understand such things, done by human beings." At least 127 people have died in the series of attacks...

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