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Pope Francis On Middle East Tour, Prays In Mosque

Pope Francis in Middle East

Catholic Pope Francis is touring the Middle East, and is currently on the last a three-day visit to Turkey. The Grand Mufti of Istanbul gave the Pope a tour of Sultan Ahmet mosque, better known as the Blue Mosque, where Francis prayed with Muslims in silence. Saturday morning, Pope Francis bowed his head and clasped… Read more »

Japan Earthquake Of 6.7 Magnitude Rocks Olympic Village [Video]

Japan Earthquake Of 6.7 Magnitude Rocks Olympic Village

A Japan earthquake rocked the mountainous area of central Japan that hosted the 1998 winter Olympics. The earthquake was a magnitude of 6.7. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, some scientists are warning that Japan could be in for a catastrophic volcanic eruption that would make Japan practically “extinct.” “It is not an overstatement to… Read more »

English School Misses Out On Top Rankings Because They Were ‘Too White’

English Middle School Too White

A middle school in the English town of Grimsby has missed out on Ofsted’s top grade after being judged “too white.” The school missed out on the “outstanding” grade due to inspectors classifying the school of not being multicultural enough despite the Grimsby population being 97 percent white. The school had been highly praised in… Read more »

Iranian Nuclear Talks Resume

U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry met with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif in July and will join negotiations again in Vienna later this week.

Iranian nuclear talks resumed yesterday as world leaders meet in Vienna to try and find a solution to the Iranian nuclear crisis. Representatives from the United States and other world powers including Britain, France, Germany, China, Russia, and representatives from the European Union have been meeting with Iran in an attempts to curb Iran’s nuclear… Read more »