Gaza conflict looms large in pope’s yearly ‘state of the world’ speech

VATICAN CITY: Pope Francis, speaking about the Middle East conflict in his yearly address to diplomats, on Monday called for a “ceasefire on every front, including Lebanon”.
In the long address, sometimes called his “state of the world” speech, he also condemned the October 7 attack by Hamas as an “atrocious” act of “terrorism and extremism”, and renewed his call for the immediate liberation of those still being held hostage in Gaza.

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