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22Clint EastwoodActor
33Bill GatesMicrosoft founder
44Malala YousafzaiEducation activist
55Tom HanksActor
66Barack ObamaPresident of the US
77Sabrina CarpenterSinger, actress
88Kailash SatyarthiChildren's rights activist
99George ClooneyActor
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Latest news about Pope Francis

Pope condemns 'absurd violence' after priest is killed in French church

Source: CNA Daily News - Vatican
Date: Tue, 26 Jul 2016 07:27:00 -0600

Vatican City, Jul 26, 2016 / 07:27 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Pope Francis has decried the “absurd violence” which has left an elderly priest dead after his church in northern France was taken hostage during Mass. In a statement released Tuesday by the Vatican, the Pope, having been informed of the situation, “participates in the pain and horror of this absurd violence,” while radically condemning “every form of hatred.” The statement said the pontiff is praying for those affected by the tragedy, which took place in the Normandy region, adding that the Vatican is following the situation. Fr. Jacques Hamel, 84, was killed Tuesday after two armed gunmen stormed a church in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray during Mass, the BBC reports. The assailants entered the church and took the celebrating priest and four others hostage. The BBC further cites police sources which say the priest’s throat was slit in the attack. Reuters reports that both of the hostage t (...)

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Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi plans campaign for child rights

Source: The Kailash Satyarthi Children's Foundation
Date: Wed, 15 Jun 2016 07:33:55 +0000

Source: The Economic TimesMINNEAPOLIS, US: Seeking to globalise compassion, Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi plans to launch a major initiative that will enlist support of other Nobel prize winners and world leaders for the cause of neglected and abused children.  'The Laureates and Leaders Initiative for Children' will be initiated by the Kailash Satyarthi Children's Foundation which aims to bring Nobel laureates from all disciplines and not just the Peace Prize winners as well as world leaders together to use their "moral authority" for children's rights and fight against child slavery and trafficking.  Satyarthi, 62, who shared the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize with Pakistani girls' rights activist Malala Yousafzai, 18, is also working on an ambitious '100 million for 100 million campaign' that will bring together 100 million youth from across the world to channelise their energy for fighting for the rights of the nearly 100 million children who are left out and are denied basic rig (...)

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