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Pope opens doors to transsexual dubbed 'devil's daughter': report

Pope Francis has met a Spanish transsexual and his fiancée at the Vatican, opening his doors to a man dubbed "the devil's daughter" by a local priest.

Pope opens doors to transsexual dubbed 'devil's daughter': report
Putin lauds Soviet army at Moscow's Auschwitz ceremony
Putin lauds Soviet army at Moscow's Auschwitz ceremony

President Vladimir Putin slammed what he called attempts to rewrite history and lauded the Red Army at a ceremony marking the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz.

Putin lauds Soviet army at Moscow's Auschwitz ceremony
Obama issues warning on Auschwitz anniversary
Obama issues warning on Auschwitz anniversary

US President Barack Obama marked the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz with a warning that the world needs to combat resurgent anti-Semitism.

Obama issues warning on Auschwitz anniversary
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Anti-Semitic acts in France doubled in 2014: Jewish group

The number of anti-Semitic acts doubled in France during 2014, with acts involving physical violence leading the increase.

Anti-Semitic acts in France doubled in 2014: Jewish group
Merkel calls threats, attacks against Jews in Germany 'disgrace'
Merkel calls threats, attacks against Jews in Germany 'disgrace'

Chancellor Angela Merkel said it was a "disgrace" that Jews in Germany faced insults, threats or violence.

Merkel calls threats, attacks against Jews in Germany 'disgrace'
Thousands join anti-Islam rally as Germany worries about image
Thousands join anti-Islam rally as Germany worries about image

Thousands of people joined a march by the German anti-Islamisation PEGIDA movement.

Thousands join anti-Islam rally as Germany worries about image
Jews, Muslims, Christians tackle 'Charlie', religious violence at Davos
Jews, Muslims, Christians tackle 'Charlie', religious violence at Davos

What do a rabbi, an archbishop, a top Islamic academic and former British prime minister Tony Blair have in common?

Jews, Muslims, Christians tackle 'Charlie', religious violence at Davos
West's defence of Charlie Hebdo worries moderate Asia Muslims
West's defence of Charlie Hebdo worries moderate Asia Muslims

The West's defence of Charlie Hebdo's right to offend is testing the patience of Muslims even in moderate Indonesia and Malaysia.

West's defence of Charlie Hebdo worries moderate Asia Muslims
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Pope says Catholics do not need to breed 'like rabbits'

Pope Francis has said that good Catholics do not have to breed "like rabbits".

Pope says Catholics do not need to breed 'like rabbits'
Pope to end record-setting Asia tour
Pope to end record-setting Asia tour

Pope Francis will fly back to Rome after a dramatic week in Asia that saw him draw record crowds and hammer home his pro-poor message to millions.

Pope to end record-setting Asia tour
Cameron rebuts pope on speech offensive to religion
Cameron rebuts pope on speech offensive to religion

British Prime Minister defended the right to speech that gives offense to others' religious beliefs, in a rebuttal to Pope Francis who said there should be limits.

Cameron rebuts pope on speech offensive to religion
Hungarian Jews mark 70 years since Budapest ghetto liberation
Hungarian Jews mark 70 years since Budapest ghetto liberation

Hungarian Jews and Soviet army veterans gathered to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the liberation by the Red Army of the Budapest ghetto in World War II.

Hungarian Jews mark 70 years since Budapest ghetto liberation
Philippine plane following Pope Francis overshoots runway
Philippine plane following Pope Francis overshoots runway

A plane carrying top aides of Philippine President overshot a runway in stormy weather, shortly after Pope Francis's plane took off from the same airport.

Philippine plane following Pope Francis overshoots runway
Big business cashes in on 'Brand Pope' in Philippines
Big business cashes in on 'Brand Pope' in Philippines

Pope Francis says he has come to the Philippines to help the poor, but the country's biggest businesses and multinationals are also cashing in.

Big business cashes in on 'Brand Pope' in Philippines
Pope to begin passionate, chaotic Philippine visit
Pope to begin passionate, chaotic Philippine visit

Pope Francis will immerse himself in the Catholic Church's passionate and chaotic Asian heartland as he lands in the Philippines for a five-day trip.

Pope to begin passionate, chaotic Philippine visit
Pope heads to Sri Lanka, kicking off Asia trip
Pope heads to Sri Lanka, kicking off Asia trip

Pope Francis set off for a six-day trip to Sri Lanka and the Philippines, where his open-air masses are expected to draw millions.

Pope heads to Sri Lanka, kicking off Asia trip
Netanyahu welcomes France's 'very firm position' on anti-Semitism
Netanyahu welcomes France's 'very firm position' on anti-Semitism

Israeli Prime Minister said he appreciated the "very firm position" taken by French leaders against "the new anti-Semitism and terrorism" in France.

Netanyahu welcomes France's 'very firm position' on anti-Semitism
Nazarbayev congratulates Kazakhstan on Orthodox Christmas
Nazarbayev congratulates Kazakhstan on Orthodox Christmas

Kazakhstan’s President Nursultan Nazarbayev has congratulated the people of Kazakhstan on Orthodox Christmas.

Nazarbayev congratulates Kazakhstan on Orthodox Christmas
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Pope names 20 cardinals, many from developing world

Pope Francis on Sunday named 20 new cardinals, a majority of them from Africa, Asia and Latin America, increasingly key areas.

Pope names 20 cardinals, many from developing world
Under fire from bishops, Pope shirts pulled from Philippine stores
Under fire from bishops, Pope shirts pulled from Philippine stores

The Philippines's largest broadcaster pulled souvenir T-shirts for an upcoming papal visit from its stores.

Under fire from bishops, Pope shirts pulled from Philippine stores