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Huge crowds converge for pope Mass in Manila park
(Updates with minor injuries in crowd, appeal for calm) By Philip Pullella and Rosemarie Francisco. MANILA, Jan 18 (Reuters) - Huge crowds converged on a Manila park on Sunday to see Pope Francis wrap up his Asian trip with an outdoor Mass expected to draw one of the largest crowds in Philippine history.

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Up to six million people attend mass with Pope Francis
Huge crowds converged on a Manila park to see Pope Francis wrap up his Asian trip with an outdoor Mass expected to draw one of the largest crowds in Philippine history. Organisers say as many as six million people may attend the afternoon service at Manila's Rizal Park, more than the some five....

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Sharp fall in arrests as New York police 'look other way'
On Hogmanay, one million people gathered in Times Square, watched over by thousands of police officers. Normally, hundreds of revellers start the new year with a date in court. This time, not a single ticket was issued for carrying an open bottle of booze, double parking, or urinating in the street.

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Huge crowds converge for pope Mass in Quirino Grandstand
Organisers say as many as six million people may attend the afternoon service at Manila's Rizal Park, more than the some five million who flocked to a Mass by Pope John Paul 20 years ago in Asia's largest Catholic country. Faithful began arriving at the sprawling park on Saturday night to get good....

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Plane carrying top aides skids off runway in storm
. Posted on » Sunday, January 18, 2015 MANILA: A plane carrying top aides of Philippine President Benigno Aquino overshot a runway in stormy weather yesterday, authorities said, shortly after Pope Francis's plane took off from the same airport. The plane's nose wedged into the mud at Tacloban....

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Huge crowds converge for pope Mass in Manila park
MANILA - Huge crowds converged on a Manila park on Sunday to see Pope Francis wrap up his Asian trip with an outdoor Mass expected to draw one of the largest crowds in Philippine history. Organisers say as many as six million people may attend the afternoon service at Manila's Rizal Park, more than....

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Akinjide boasts: No mercy, PDP will win 25 states
BY CHIDI OBINECHE. Former Attorney-General and Min­ister of Justice, Chief Richard Akin­jide has seen all in politics, dating back to the pre- independence days. Now in his twilight, he x-rays the forth­coming elections in February, and gives it squarely to the ruling Peoples Demo­cratic Party, PDP , in all of 25 states of the federation.

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Pope Francis to dedicate final Philippines mass to typhoon Haiyan survivors
Huge crowds converged on a Manila park on Sunday to see Pope Francis wrap up his Asian trip with an outdoor Mass expected to draw one of the largest crowds in Philippine history. Organizers say as many as six million people may attend the afternoon service at Manila's Rizal Park, more than the some....

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LOOK: ‘Pope Francis’ makes appearance at Cebu’s Sinulog
Pope Francis is making an appearance at the Sinulog in Cebu after all. But it's not quite Jorge Mario Bergoglio in the flesh - rather, it is one of the floats in the festival. A photo posted on Instagram by GMA Cebu's Chona Carreon showed the image of the pope, with his right arm extended, as if giving a blessing.

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No signal? Palace appeals for understanding
MANILA, Philippines Malacañang thanked the public yesterday for understanding that cellular phone signals were jammed to ensure the safety of Pope Francis during his visit in the country. “More than the complaintsa lot also were very understanding of the security measures that we needed to take and....

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Archbishop Tagle describes Pope’s visit to Tacloban as ‘short but sweet
Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle described the four-hour stay of Pope Francis in Leyte was “short but sweet”. The trip of the Holy Father in Eastern Visayas was cut short due to typhoon “Amang” on Saturday. “Certainly Typhoon ‘Amang’ did not take away the sweetness, mercy and compassion.

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