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Don’t give up hope for peace, keep providing aid, pope tells charities
“Let us not stop praying, fasting, helping and working so that the paths of peace find space in the jungle of conflicts,” the pope said June 23.
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In the spotlight: Ukraine war, papal health, St. John Paul II
East Africa drought is ‘dire,’ say officials, warning of possible famine
By April, agencies estimated that nearly 16 million people in Ethiopia, Kenya and Somalia were in urgent need of food assistance due to the drought and were suffering hunger, severe food shortages and extreme hardships.
New report highlights Tigray atrocities, says Ethiopia could face famine
With starvation deaths mounting each day and nearly 900,000 people in famine conditions, there are fears that the current situation in Ethiopia will mirror the Great Famine of the 1980s, when more than 1 million people died of starvation.
Pope prays Christmas will bring yearning for peace, dialogue
Before giving his Christmas blessing to the city of Rome and to the world, Pope Francis drew attention to the many places around the globe and within human hearts in need of Jesus, the prince of peace.