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    ‘Your pain is my pain’: Pope Francis meets Congolese victims of conflict

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  • Pope Francis arrives in Democratic Republic of Congo

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  • How Holocaust survivors educate young German students about the tragedy

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  • Zelenskyy pushes for faster weapons supplies, jets and long-range missiles

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Denmark is happiest nation; US comes in 17th

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In a survey of 156 countries, the United States comes in 17th in terms of overall happiness. Denmark places first according to the United Nations’ 2013 World Happiness Report, which takes into account statistics like national income, health, low government corruption and citizen freedoms.