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                                In this handout photo provided by the Philippine Ports Authority Zamboanga, the remains of the MV Lady Mary Joy is seen in Basilan, southern Philippines.
Death scene in burned ferry moves Filipino rescuers to tears

A Philippine coast guard commander said Friday that the tragic scenes of death his team saw aboard a gutted ferry, including bodies of adults clutching children, had moved them to tears and sparked fears other passengers could be found dead in the still-smoldering ship. Read more

                                Pope Francis meets children at the end of his weekly general audience in St. Peter’s Square, at the Vatican, on Wednesday.
Vatican says Pope to leave hospital on Saturday

Pope Francis is expected to be discharged on Saturday from the Rome hospital where he is being treated for bronchitis as his recovery proceeds in a “normal” way and the pontiff even had pizza for dinner, the Vatican said. Read more

                                An altar with candles and photos covers the fence outside the Mexican immigration detention center that was the site of a deadly fire, as migrants wake up after spending the night on the sidewalk in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico.
Arrest orders issued for 6 in Mexican detention center fire

Sara Irene Herrerías said the six include three officials from the National Immigration Institute, two private security guards contracted by the agency and the person who allegedly started the fire. She said they would face charges of homicide and causing injuries. Read more

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