Pope Francis condemns deadly Pakistan church attack
Cagliari (Italy): Pope Francis on Monday condemned the hatred and violence behind a twin suicide bombing at a church in northwest Pakistan that left over 70 people dead, in what is believed to be the country`s deadliest attack on Christians.
"Today, in Pakistan, because of a bad choice of hatred and war, more than 70 people are dead.
This path is not the right one, it leads nowhere," the pontiff told thousands of young faithful during a visit to the Italian island of Sardinia.
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