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In poor, violent enclave of 'Saint Death', Pope slams Mexico´s rich
By Philip Pullella and Alexandra Alper MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Celebrating Mass in front of hundreds of thousands in one of Mexico´s poorest and most dangerous cities, Pope Francis on Sunday took a swipe at the country's rich and corrupt elite. This is the bread that a corrupt family or society gives its own children," the pope said at the Mass in the city of Ecatepec. Mexico is home to one of the world´s richest men, billionaire Carlos Slim, and a wealthy political class stained by corruption even as much of the country is steeped in poverty and violence.
Welbeck, Eriksen give Arsenal, Spurs title edge
Arsenal's Danny Welbeck and Tottenham Hotspur's Christian Eriksen were the toast of north London after scoring potentially pivotal late winning goals in the Premier League title race on Sunday. Welbeck headed in a heart-stopping 95th-minute winner to give Arsenal a last-gasp 2-1 win over leaders Leicester City, while Eriksen struck in the 83rd minute to earn Tottenham a 2-1 victory at Manchester City on his 24th birthday.
Obama urges Russia to stop bombing 'moderate' Syria rebels
By Tom Perry and Jeff Mason BEIRUT/RANCHO MIRAGE, Calif. (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama urged Russia on Sunday to stop bombing "moderate" rebels in Syria in support of its ally Bashar al-Assad, a campaign seen in the West as a major obstacle to latest efforts to end the war. Major powers agreed on Friday to a limited cessation of hostilities in Syria but the deal does not take effect until the end of this week and was not signed by any warring parties - the Damascus government and numerous rebel factions fighting it. Russian bombing raids directed at rebel groups are meanwhile helping the Syrian army to achieve what could be its biggest victory of the war in the battle for Aleppo, the country's largest city and commercial center before the conflict.
Joseph hat-trick caps England's 40-9 Six Nations rout of Italy
A hat-trick of second-half tries from Bath centre Jonathan Joseph capped a dominant performance from England as the World Cup flops kept their Six Nations Grand Slam on track with a 40-9 dismantling of Italy on Sunday. England, who failed to make it out of the group stages of last autumn's rugby showpiece on home soil, began their Six Nations campaign with a battling 15-9 win over Scotland in Edinburgh last week. It prompted new England coach Eddie Jones to demand a 'smacking' of the tournament's perennial underachievers.
AP FACT CHECK: Trump on Iraq war
WASHINGTON (AP) ? Donald Trump delivered a ferocious putdown of George W. Bush from the debate stage, central to his effort to convince voters that they don't want another Bush deciding when to take the country to war. But were his key facts right?
Memorial service held for victims of train crash in Germany
'National Bird' gives new perspective on America's drone warBERLIN (AP) ? Among the eeriest scenes in "National Bird," a documentary which tracks the fallout of drone warfare from the point of view of American whistleblowers and Afghan victims, is the languid aerial footage of U.S. suburbs, sports fields and skyscrapers.
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