September 13, 2010 by Post Team
Katherine Schwarzenegger, The Vatican is not worried about minority “hostile” plans to protest Pope Benedict XVI during his visit to Britain next week, the pontiff’s spokesman said Friday. “It is not surprising since these protests () have happened before,” said the Rev. Federico Lombardi in a press conference in September Vatican Benedict 16-19 visit to England and Scotland.
Benedict’s visit is the first papal trip to the United Kingdom since 1982, when Pope John Paul II made a pastoral visit.
Spanish miners voice complaints
Fifty Spanish coalmine 1640 meters below ground hosted the ninth day of a strike in the northern province of Palencia for unpaid wages and government assistance on Friday. The miners deny they are using a Chilean mining tragedy in which 33 men have been trapped underground for a month as a way to draw attention to their cause.
The Spanish have not been paid for two months. But they say their real complaint is the inability of government to subsidize public services they use Spanish instead of imported coal.
Another book by an Schwarzenegger
Katherine Schwarzenegger follows in the footsteps of their parents high-performance, California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver. The college student 20 years old has a book coming out next week designed to help win the confidence of girls in their bodies and themselves. She says she wrote Rock What You’ve Got: Secrets to love his inner and outer beauty after listening to their preteen cousins talk about their desire to be thin and “sxy.”
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