Pope Francis delivers a speech from the window of his apartment during his Sunday Angelus prayer in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican on July 27, 2014. (AFP/Andreas Solaro)
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Pope Francis made an emotional plea for peace Sunday in an impromptu addition to comments delivered at his weekly Angelus address in St. Peter's Square.As the Argentinian-born pontiff wrapped up his regular address to the faithful, he spoke of the upcoming centenary of the outbreak of World War Iand said his thoughts were on the Middle East, Iraq and Ukraine in particular.With his voice appearing to crack with emotion, the pope broke off from his scripted remarks to make a direct appeal for fighting to end.
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