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Black smoke again

Vatican City, 13 March. From the third vote, black smoke again. Cardinals still have not reached a decision as to who the Successor of Benedict XVI will be, or so the small black cloud hovering over the Sistine Chapel tells us, confirming that the two votes this morning were inconclusive. For the group of faithful clustered in a rainy St Peter's Square, the anticipated moment is now the afternoon, when the results of the following two scrutinies is revealed.




St. Peter’s Square

Jan. 28, 2020