Pope praying for Egyptian tranquility

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
February 6, 2011 13:39

 
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VATICAN CITY — Pope Benedict XVI on Sunday said he is praying that Egypt can find tranquillity and peaceful coexistence.

Benedict said he is attentively following the "delicate situation in the dear Egyptian nation," addressing thousands of pilgrims in St. Peter's.

The pope said he is asking God that the country, marked by days of protests, can "find again tranquillity and peaceful coexistence, in the shared commitment for the common good."

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