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The surgeon who operated on Pope Francis on Wednesday afternoon tells journalists the operation went ahead without complications and the Pope is alert and in good spirits.\n Read all\n  
The Pope undergoes laparotomy and plastic surgery of the abdominal wall with prostheses early Wednesday afternoon. Matteo Bruni explains that the hospitalization – the Pope’s third at Gemelli Hospital – will last several days.\n Read all\n  
Ukraine says tens of thousands of people are at risk of massive damage or drowning after the collapse of a gigantic dam in a Russian-occupied southern Ukraine. Kyiv has pleaded for international help, saying hundreds of thousands are left without drinking water.\r\n\n Read all\n  
The Holy See Press Office announces the temporary suspension of Papal audiences, to give the Holy Father time to fully recover from him surgery. Meanwhile, messages of good wishes for a speedy recovery are flooding in.\n Read all\n  
In response to journalists\' questions regarding the surgery Pope Francis is undergoing Wednesday afternoon, Cardinal Pietro Parolin, Vatican Secretary of State, says the Pope will be in hospital for \"the time necessary for the operation\" after which he believes \"he will resume activity, even if from a hospital bed\". He also speaks about Cardinal Zuppi\'s Ukraine mission to help ease tensions.\n Read all\n  
The president of Brazil lays out measures to end illegal deforestation in the Amazon region by 2030.\n Read all\n  
As the Catholic Media Conference gets underway in the US city of Baltimore, Dr. Paolo Ruffini, the Prefect of the Dicastery for Communication, urges Catholic communicators to draw inspiration from the unity and communion of the first disciples in their work.\n Read all\n  
Two United Nations (UN) agencies urge lawmakers and various sectors to establish national food safety systems on World Food Safety Day. \n Read all\n  
Martyrs Day every year on 3 June is an important event in Uganda. The day, a public holiday, is fast becoming an African religious event celebrating these Saints of the Church.\n Read all\n  
Pope Francis is admitted to Rome’s Gemelli Hospital where he will undergo abdominal surgery on Wednesday afternoon. He is expected to remain in hospital for some days to allow for full recovery.\n Read all\n  

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