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Afghanistan, the Pope: “I pray that many countries will protect those seeking a new life”


VATICAN CITY – “Help the Afghans”. The call comes from St. Peter’s Square in the Vatican. It was launched by Pope Francis, after the Sunday Angelus. “In these troubled times that see Afghans seeking refuge – said the Pontiff – , I pray for the most vulnerable among them. I pray that many countries will welcome and protect those seeking a new life. I pray also for the internally displaced persons and that they may receive assistance and the necessary protection. May young Afghans receive education, an essential good for human development. And may all Afghans, whether at home, in transit, or in host countries, live with dignity, in peace and fraternity with their neighbours”.  (more…)

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Misuraca: “I Comites tornino a lavorare per la comunità”

TORONTO – Il prossimo 3 dicembre si terranno le elezioni per il rinnovo dei Com.It.Es., i Comitati degli Italiani all’Estero. vale a dire quegli organismi che dovrebbe rappresentare, nei rapporti con le Istituzioni, tutti gli Italiani che vivono fuori dall’Italia. Qualcosa che non avviene da anni secondo Franco Misuraca, storico esponente della comunità italiana a Toronto, che quest’anno ha deciso di candidarsi in una lista civica: la Lista Tricolore… Read More in Corriere Canadese >>> 

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Departing Nunavat MP Mumilaaq says ‘I don’t belong here’

Toronto, June 16: Mumilaaq Qaqqaq, the New Democrat MP for Nunavut, used the opportunity to blast Canada as a country built on the oppression of Indigenous People and whose history is “stained with blood” as delivered her official farewell speech to the Parliament (watch it here). She said, “People like me don’t belong here in the federal institution. The reality is that this institution and the country have been created off the backs, trauma and displacement of Indigenous People.” (more…)

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Erdogan vs Draghi: “I am a dictator?
He hasn’t even been elected … “

EnglishItalianPortugueseSpanishGermanDutchFilipinoPolishChinese (Simplified)ArabicBengaliGreekTurkishKoreanJapanesePersianRomanian ROME – Mario Draghi had “beaten” him for the treatment reserved to Ankara to Ursula von der Leyen, on 8 April, when the president of the European Commission had been left without a chair at the official meeting between the EU and Turkey (in the pic above) and was forced to sit on the sofa (hence the name of “sofagate” to the case). “A dictator”, Draghi had defined him. (more…)

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