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A man leaves carnations at the site of the bombing in Istanbul (AP)

The Pope has also expressed his sorrow at the the recent plane crash in Russia and bus crash in Spain

Cathedral of St Gregory the Illuminator in Yerevan, Armenia (CNS)

Vatican spokesman revealed that the trip may take place in June

A child poses for a photo with his family in Al-Qaboon, Syria (CNS)

UNICEF has called for unconditional access to children in Syria, including two million in besieged areas

Afghan women wash and dry their clothes in Piraeus, near Athens, yesterday (AP)

Crisis deepens as new regulations may prevent agencies from giving aid

Pope Francis with Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan in November 2014 (AP)

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Iranian President Hassan Rouhani at a news conference in Tehran (AP)

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Police officers install security barriers at the historic Sultanahmet district after Tuesday's bombing (AP)

A suspected member of ISIS has killed at least 10 people in a suicide bombing in the Turkish capital

A MOAS rescuer helps a child after a refugee boat capsized off a remote Greek island. Credit: Robert Young Pelton / MOAS.EU @2016

A two-year old became the first refugee to drown in 2016, as a migrant dinghy capsized while crossing the Aegean Sea

Orhan Pamuk of Turkey (AP Photo /Anders Wiklund)

Nobel Prize-winner Orhan Pamuk received death threats when he spoke up for Turkey’s religious minorities. On a visit to London, he explains why he won’t be silenced

Cardinal Vincent Nichols  (PA)

The cardinal gave an interview to ITV news last night about the growing migrant crisis