The Pope wore a yellow poncho over his robe as he celebrated the Mass, which was attended by 6 million people, according to the Philippine News Agency. "All of us are God's children, members of God's family," he said.
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Boko Haram insurgents have kidnapped 80 people in northern Cameroon, officials said, an attack that comes as troops from neighboring Chad entered Cameroon to join the fight against the terrorist group.
Tens of thousands of people in the southern tip of Malawi have been cut off by deadly floods, leaving them without food, clean water or access to health care, aid organizations have warned, while many others have been displaced.
Charred ground and cinders mark the sites where once thousands of homes stood in Nigeria. That's according to a series of satellite images released by Amnesty International, which the rights group said shows the "horrific scale" of the devastation wrought by Boko Haram militants.