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Pope Francis pleads “in the name of God” to stop attacks on Ukraine

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Pope Francis speaks during the weekly Angelus prayer on March 13 in Vatican City. (Vincenzo Pinto/AFP/Getty Images) – Pope Francis said “massacre” in Ukraine must stop, on March 13. (Photo by Vincenzo PINTO / AFP) (Photo by VINCENZO PINTO/AFP via Getty Images)

Pope Francis made an appeal for peace in Ukraine during his Angelus prayer in St. Peter’s Square on Sunday, calling Russia’s attacks an “unacceptable armed aggression” against Ukraine.

“In the name of God, let the cries of those who suffer be heard and let the bombings and attacks cease,” he said.

The Pope asked the attacks to stop and added that the bombing of children’s hospitals and targeting civilians in Ukraine is “barbaric” and with “no valid strategic reason”.

“In the face of the barbarity of the killing of children, innocent people and defenseless civilians, there are no strategic reasons to be believed,” the Pope said. “All that is needed is to stop the unacceptable armed aggression before it reduces cities to cemeteries.”

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