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Vandals attack churches and threaten Pope Francis ahead of Chile visit

  • Sat, 13 Jan 2018 06:56
Vandals have left notes threatening Pope Francis and have thrown homemade bombs at churches, just days ahead of the Pontiff's visit to Chile. World News | — Australia’s #1 news site


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