Reporting from both sides of the makeshift border in eastern Ukraine, Newsweek describes the bloodshed that has occurred inside rebel-held Ukraine
Vatican City - Pope Francis presides over the Catholic Fraternity of Charismatic Covenant Communities and Fellowships at Paul VI Audience Hall, October 31. The pope has come under criticism for remarks against capitalism and his recent change on the church’s stance on evolution. “Caring for the poor does not make you a Communist,” the pope said in one of his longest speeches as pontiff. Earlier in the week he stated that the big bang theory and evolution can co-exist with a belief in a divine creator.Launch Slideshow 4 PHOTOS
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