Pope Benedict XVI waves to faithful during the general Audience in Saint Peter Square on Wednesday 02 August 2006. Pope Benedict XVI on Wednesday renewed his call for a ceasefire between Israel and Lebanese militant group Hezbollah, saying that nothing could justify the 'spilling of innocent blood'. The 79-year-old pontiff specifically referred to an Israeli air strike against the Lebanese town of Qana on Sunday which killed at least 54 civilians including 37 children.
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