The Telegraph
Sunday , April 27 , 2014

Sainthood for two Popes to bridge a divide

Pope John XXIII was the rotund Italian pontiff with a common touch, who told jokes, embraced the poor and became beloved as “the Good Pope”. To many liberal Catholics, he is still revered for the Second Vatican Council, the landmark event of the 1960s that sought to move the Roman ...   | Read..

America ally is Afghan poll front-runner

Abdullah Abdullah, a long-time opponent of President Hamid Karzai and an ardent supporter of the US, emerged today as the clear front-runner in Afghanistan’s presid...   | Read..
South Koreans march with yellow ribbons tied to lanterns in memory of the missing passengers of the stricken ferry, Sewol, in Seoul on Saturday. (AFP)
bulletUkraine release
bulletTurkey powers