State Of The Union
Good Morning Europe
The Global Conversation
Top News Stories Today
Hacker Hunter Next Level
Women Beyond Borders
Farm To Fork
Green In The City
Low Impact Living
Cry Like A Boy
Meet The Locals
Melting Pot Culture
Depth Of Field
Here We Grow: Spain
Queen Elizabeth Ii
The New Uzbekistan
Digital Garden City Nation
Under The Hood
Europe's energy crisis
More about this topic
Historic funerals around the world
EUROPE'S ENERGY CRISIS
More about this topic
Pope apologises for 'deplorable' abuse of Canadian indigenous people
More than 150,000 native children in Canada were forced to attend Christian schools from the 19th century until the 1970s.
Pope Francis visits Russian embassy to raise concerns about war
The fact the pope visited the embassy in person rather than summoning the ambassador to the Vatican is a sign of his anger about the conflict.
Ex-pope asks for pardon over sex abuse scandal but denies wrongdoing
A recent report found that Pope Benedict had failed to handle cases of sexual abuse at the Munich diocese.
A shouting man denouncing the Church disrupts an audience by Pope Francis at the Vatican
A shouting man denouncing the Church disrupts an audience by Pope Francis at the Vatican, before being escorted outside by police
COVID vaccine misinformation violates human rights, says Pope Francis
Pope Francis has condemned the spread of fake news about coronavirus jabs and the pandemic.
Ex-Pope Benedict XVI admits attending meeting about abusive priest
The retired Pope had denied attending the meeting to the investigators but says his statement had mistakes in it due to editing "oversight".
Pope Francis pledges justice for sex abuse victims after Munich report
A lawyers' report found that Benedict XVI had mishandled four cases of sexual abuse in the clergy while archbishop of Munich.
Ex-pope knew about sexual abuse as archbishop of Munich, says report
A long-awaited report on sexual abuse in Germany’s Munich diocese has faulted retired Pope Benedict XVI’s handling of several cases when he was archbishop in the 1970s and 1980s.
Pope praises role of women as peacemakers in his New Year’s address
In the Roman Catholic calendar January 1, is dedicated to world peace, and Pope Francis has used the occasion to praise the role of women as peacemakers.
Europe 'torn by nationalist egoism' on migration, says Pope
The pope's trip to the region has focused on the plight of asylum-seekers as some European nations harden their border control policies.
Watch: Pope Francis begins five-day visit to Cyprus and Greece
Pope Francis is expected to raise the issue of migration when he arrives in Cyprus on Thursday on the first leg of the trip.
Italian nun appointed by Pope as first ever female Vatican governor
The role of secretary-general of the Vatican governorate is usually held by a bishop.
Migrants 'must not be sent back' to danger, says Pope Francis
“How they suffer, those who are sent back” after rescue at sea, the pope said. Detention facilities in Libya, he said “are true concentration camps.”
Little boy steals the scene at Pope's audience
A 10-year-old boy interrupted Pope Francis' weekly audience on Wednesday after he walked on stage asking for the pontiff's white skullcap.
'Resign? Forget about it': Pope Francis plays down health fears
"Now I can eat everything'
Pope Francis will attend COP26 in November if his health allows
The pope is currently recovering from colon surgery at a hospital in Rome, but as a staunch supporter of the Paris Agreement targets, he hopes to attend COP26.
Pope Francis had a temporary 'fever episode' after his recent surgery
Routine tests and scans proved negative after the pope developed the temporary fever. However, he is still eating and moving around unassisted.
Pope Francis 'reacted well' to intestinal surgery, Vatican says
It is the pope's first known hospital treatment since he was elected to the papacy in 2013.
German cardinal resigns over Catholic Church's sexual abuse crisis
Cardinal Reinhard Marx, the Archbishop of Munich and Freising, said that the church had hit a "dead end" but that he hoped there would be a "turning point".
Pope says world on a 'path to self-destruction' without change
Pope Francis urged world leaders to do more to make society greener, fairer
Pope urges COVID-19 vaccines for poorest nations in Easter message
Describing vaccines as an ”essential tool" in the pandemic battle, Pope Francis called for a “spirit of global responsibility” to ensure the poorest nations can access the shots.
Racism is 'a virus', says Pope Francis, warning of lurking threat
'Instances of racism continue to shame us, for they show that our supposed social progress is not as real or definitive as we think.'
Pope 'tired' as he returns from historic Iraq visit
“I do confess that on this trip I got a lot more tired than during other ones,” he said, noting his age. “It’s a consequence. But we’ll see.”
Pope Francis holds prayer for Iraq's war victims in church ruins
Pope Francis called for peaceful coexistence and prayed for Iraq's war victims in Mosul.
Pope Francis blesses faithful at church in Qaraqosh
Pope Francis urged Iraq’s Christians to forgive and to rebuild as he visited church ruins in the war-ravaged north.
Watch: Pope Francis celebrates mass on historic visit to Iraq
Pope Francis and Iraq's top Shia cleric delivered a message of peaceful coexistence on Saturday.