Pope acknowledges 2000-case backlog in sex abuse cases

Pope acknowledges 2000-case backlog in sex abuse cases

As Christians, we have authority to trample on snakes, heal the sick and overcome all the power of the enemy ( Luke 10 ) This is already happening on both the United Kingdom and other parts of the world. Another problem is that "there are few people" in the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith to deal with the outstanding cases-around 2,000. This is not the gospel, ' said the Pope.

Kapil Mishra's attacker works with AAP

The attacker identified as Ankit Bhardwaj reached the site when Mishra was lying on the bed and surrounded by media persons and his supporters. Mishra's fast entered the fourth day today. Mishra said: "The man suddenly attacked me and hit me on my neck before he was caught by the people here" and appealed to his supporters to remain calm.

Comey seen at Broadway play in first public outing since firing

On Sunday Clapper continued calling on the country to tune in, as he weighed in on the state of the USA government. "I think in many ways, our institutions are under assault externally and that's the big news here, is the Russian interference in our election system".

Seven hospitals affected by cyber attack still in need of support

Germany's rail operator Deutsche Bahn said its station display panels were affected. Officials and experts on Sunday urged organizations and companies to update their operating systems immediately to ensure they aren't vulnerable to a second, more powerful version of the malicious software.

UN Security Council to hold emergency meeting after North Korea launches missile

Included among the South Korean envoys were Hong Seok-hyun, former ambassador to the United States and former chairman of South Korean newspaper Joongang Ilbo and broadcaster JTBC. South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff said it was sacked toward the east at around 5:30 AM local time from near Kusong in the northwestern province of Pyongan-pukdo.

PM considering Afghanistan troop request

PM considering Afghanistan troop request

A USA watchdog estimates Taliban controls around 11 percent of districts with some 30 percent contested in battles with Afghan forces. Following discussions with the head of the NATO-led security mission in Afghanistan last month, Turnbull told the press that he was "actively considering" a request for Australia to commit more troops to the war-torn region.