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As the Catholic Church celebrates its 52nd World Communications Day, Pope Francis, has charged media practitioners to shun fake news.
Pope Francis has offered a prayer in St Peter's Square for an end to violence in the deeply impoverished Central African Republic, which he visited 2½ years ago.
Vatican finance chief Cardinal George Pell became the highest-ranked Catholic ever to be sent to trial over historic sex offences Tuesday, with the elderly priest vowing to fight the charges.
Three victims of a Chilean paedophile priest have held private meetings with Pope Francis, as the Vatican tries to quell a sex abuse scandal that has rocked the Roman Catholic Church in Chile.
The Metropolitan Catholic Archbishop of Abuja, John Cardinal Onaiyekan, has revealed that Pope Francis is deeply worried about herdsmen killings in Benue State and other parts of the country.
Pope Francis said Saturday he was "deeply moved" by the news that terminally-ill British toddler Alfie Evans had died after his parents lost a legal battle to seek medical help in Italy.
Pope Francis has begun his individual meetings with three victims of clerical sexual abuse from Chile, the Vatican said.
Pope Francis is planning to invite heads of churches and Christian communities from the Middle East to join him in a day of reflection and prayer in the Italian port city of Bari on July 7, the Vatican has said.
Pope Francis on Sunday called for an end to the violence which has engulfed Nicaragua following anti-government protests that have seen 11 killed, including a journalist.
Pope Francis on Saturday invited young people of Cuba to have courage and to work together to build up the Cuban Church of tomorrow.
Pope Francis said on Monday that Catholics should not give “excessive importance” to certain Church rules while disregarding others, urging opponents of abortion to show equal passion for the lives of the poor and oppressed.
An alleged chemical attack that left dozens dead in Syria’s rebel-held town of Douma sparked international outrage Sunday, with US President Donald Trump warning there would be a “big price to pay”.
Pope Francis on Sunday condemned the use of chemical weapons in Syria after a suspected attack in an opposition holdout in Eastern Ghouta killed 70 people.
A former President, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, says his incarceration by the late military dictator, Gen. Sani Abacha, was a sort of a blessing in disguise as it shaped his thought profoundly which aided his performance while he was the President of the country.
South African Football Association president and Confederation of African Football executive Danny Jordaan is facing a second sexual assault complaint, it was reported on Sunday.
Lagos State Commissioner for Environment, Babatunde Durosinmi-Etti, says half of the 47-hectares Olusosun Metropolitan Dumpsite in Ojota has been capped.
New Paris Saint-Germain coach Thomas Tuchel insisted that Neymar is “an artist” and admitted that the world’s most expensive player will need “special treatment” as he looked forward to starting his new role.
Torres announced he would leave Atletico back in April and it was the quite the occasion at the Wanda Metropolitano as he bid farewell.
More than 100 people were killed in a fatal crash of a Boeing 737 passenger plane in Cuba yesterday, Cuban broadcaster CubaTV reported.
Mr Victor Muruako, Acting Chairman, Fiscal Responsibility Commission (FRC), says the passage of the 2018 Appropriation Bill by the National Assembly is a relief to the nation.
The Sokoto State Government Tuesday said it will renovate the office complex of the state Commissioner of Police that was gutted by fire last week.
Mohammed denied the allegations, but said he, too, was no longer interested in the marriage. He, however, did not object to the wife’s request for a divorce.
The Nigerian Army said some courageous civilians on Sunday foiled a suicide bomb attack by a suspected female Boko Haram member on a mosque in Gashua, Gujba Local Government Area of Yobe.