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A priest speaks to journalist outside St. Peter's Square after it was announced that Pope Benedict XVI will resign on February 11, 2013 in Rome. An Italian journalist who beat the world's media on Pope Benedict XVI's decision to resign got the scoop on the utterly unexpected news thanks to her knowledge of Latin. AFP/VINCENZO PINTO
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