'No God of war', Pope says as faith leaders meet (AFP)

'No God of war', Pope says as faith leaders meet (AFP)

AFPon September 20, 2016, 10:14 pm Pope talks peace with faith leaders in Assisi Assisi (Italy) (AFP) – Pope Francis denounced those who wage war in the name of God Tuesday, as he met faith leaders and conflict victims to discuss growing religious fanaticism and escalating violence around the world. “The world is at war, the world is suffering,” the Argentine pontiff said ahead of the meeting, which came as fighting resumed in Syria and US authorities investigated an attack possibly linked to the Islamic State group. “There is no…

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Spurs boss Pochettino admits no timeframe on Kane absence (AFP)

Spurs boss Pochettino admits no timeframe on Kane absence (AFP)

AFPon September 20, 2016, 9:28 pm Spurs boss Pochettino admits no timeframe on Kane absence London (AFP) – Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino confirmed Tuesday that striker Harry Kane has damaged his ankle ligaments, but did not say how long he is expected to be sidelined. “He got a ligament ankle problem and we need to assess every day and see,” Pochettino told a press conference at the Tottenham training ground. “Today it’s impossible to give a time for a recovery. I am not a doctor. I can only explain…

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JonBenet Ramsey case laid to rest

JonBenet Ramsey case laid to rest

EXPERTS revisiting The Case of JonBenet Ramsey have pointed the finger squarely at then nine-year-old Burke Ramsey, claiming he killed his sister on the night of December 25, 1996. The second and final episode of the documentary aired on Nine on Tuesday night. And the stunning television conclusion exposed new and crucial evidence implicating Burke as the one who dealt the fatal blow and JonBenet’s parents John and Patsy Ramsey covering up the crime. This comes on the back of previous revelations which placed three people in the room in…

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Remains believed to be missing pensioner

Remains believed to be missing pensioner

THE remains of a person, believed to be missing Calista pensioner Richard Andrews, have been found in bushland south of Perth. Nine News reports that human remains were found in bushland in North Dandalup, about 100m from the road, on Tuesday afternoon. The remains will need to be formally identified and Nine News reports that the Coroner was heading to the scene. Police were investigating Mr Andrews’ unit in Calista for a second day and have taken his car away for further examination. Police were also at a home in…

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