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    Pope Sharply Rebukes Vatican Bureaucracy

    Pope Francis launched his harshest criticism to date of the Vatican’s Roman bureaucracy, lighting into a hierarchy that he likened to an “ailing body” that has often failed to provide a positive model for the Catholic Church at large.


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    Celebrating Winter Solstice at Stonehenge

    Druids and hundreds of revellers gathered at sunrise on Monday to celebrate the winter solstice at Stonehenge.

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    Photos of the Day: Dec. 22

    In photos picked Monday by Wall Street Journal editors, St. Paul’s Cathedral choristers get ready for Christmas, a rickshaw puller bundles up against the cold in India, protesters face off against police in Myanmar, and more.

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    The Power of the Wave

    In Banda Aceh, the 2004 tsunami wiped out whole villages and deposited a floating power plant on land

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    See a Guinea Pig in a Holiday Stole and More

    Dogs and cats have long been showered with toys and treats for Christmas. Now other types of animals are being included in holiday festivities, with apparel for a range of small pets.

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    Prayers and Protests Follow Attack in Pakistan

    Protests, prayers and vigils spread from Pakistan to Nepal and India in reaction to news of the attack at the army-run school in Peshawar, Pakistan, that resulted in 132 children and nine school staff being killed.

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Facebook hat für nächste Woche zu einer Pressekonferenz auf den Campus des Unternehmens im kalifornischen Menlo Park geladen.

Warum? Vielleicht stellt Facebook ein neues Produkt vor oder berichtet über eine Änderung auf der Seite. Es könnte aber auch sein, dass es um das mysteriöse Facebook Phone geht.

Zwar hat Unternehmenschef Mark Zuckerberg Gerüchte darüber, dass Facebook ein Smartphone auf den Markt bringen will, öffentlich zurückgewiesen. Eingeweihte berichten aber, dass das Unternehmen mit Herstellern wie HTC zusammenarbeitet, um Smartphones zu entwerfen. Ein Facebook Phone würde wohl mit einer angepassten Version von Googles Android-Betriebssystem laufen, heißt es.

Zuckerberg sagte im vergangenen September, ein eigenes Smartphone herauszubringen, sei „ganz klar die falsche Strategie für uns“. Stattdessen machte er Andeutungen, dass Facebook an einer Suchmaschine interessiert sein könnte. Schon jetzt laufen auf der Seite über eine Milliarde Anfragen, vor allem von Leuten, die nach ihren Freunden suchen.

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    [image]Alessandra Benedetti/Vatican Pool

    Pope Sharply Rebukes Vatican Bureaucracy

    Pope Francis launched his harshest criticism to date of the Vatican’s Roman bureaucracy, lighting into a hierarchy that he likened to an “ailing body” that has often failed to provide a positive model for the Catholic Church at large.


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  • [image]Velar Grant/Zuma Press

    Celebrating Winter Solstice at Stonehenge

    Druids and hundreds of revellers gathered at sunrise on Monday to celebrate the winter solstice at Stonehenge.

  • [image]Andrew Parsons/Zuma Press

    Photos of the Day: Dec. 22

    In photos picked Monday by Wall Street Journal editors, St. Paul’s Cathedral choristers get ready for Christmas, a rickshaw puller bundles up against the cold in India, protesters face off against police in Myanmar, and more.

  • [image]Chaideer Mahyuddin/AFP/Getty Images

    The Power of the Wave

    In Banda Aceh, the 2004 tsunami wiped out whole villages and deposited a floating power plant on land

  • [image]PetSmart

    See a Guinea Pig in a Holiday Stole and More

    Dogs and cats have long been showered with toys and treats for Christmas. Now other types of animals are being included in holiday festivities, with apparel for a range of small pets.

  • [image]Ilyas Sheikh/European Pressphoto Agency

    Prayers and Protests Follow Attack in Pakistan

    Protests, prayers and vigils spread from Pakistan to Nepal and India in reaction to news of the attack at the army-run school in Peshawar, Pakistan, that resulted in 132 children and nine school staff being killed.

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Featured Property

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    Sandy Lake Rd

    Cherry Hills Village, CO 80113

    7,300,000 7 Bedrooms, 15 Baths

    In a class of its own, this strikingly beautiful estate features dramatic lines and unparalleled quality...

    More Details »

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