Pope Francis looks from a window owerlooking St.Peter's Square during his Sunday Angelus on August 10, 2014. at the Vatican. "Do not you hate in the name of God! You can not make war in the name of God! " said. AFP PHOTO / ALBERTO PIZZOLI
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