Pope Benedict XVI is helped by his personal secretary Georg Gaenswein to dress his red mantle as he arrives in Saint Peter's Square at the Vatican, to lead his weekly audience, November 30, 2005. The Pope said on Wednesday he felt close to victims of AIDS and encouraged efforts to find a cure for the killer disease but avoided the thorny issue of the Roman Catholic Church's ban on condoms.
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