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1. 09-23 Pope Francis makes saint of controversial Hispanic missionary Washington
09-24 Pope urges 'humane' US migrant response U.S. Congress
D. 09-25 US Speaker John Boehner to quit Congress House of Representatives
E. 09-25 US and China agree cybercrime truce Washington

  Pope Francis makes saint of controversial Hispanic missionary
  Syria crisis: US concern over Russia 'military build-up'  US Secretary of State John Kerry has expressed concern to Moscow over reports of Russian military build-up in Syria, the state department says   Syria conflict: US presses Russia on military build-up  US Secretary of State John Kerry has called his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov in a bid to clarify the intent of Moscow's military build-up in Syria   Pope Francis begins tour of the US Map of Andrews Air Force Base USA


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Sep.22   Washington  
  Pope Francis is expected to greet millions of American Catholics and address thorny issues like climate change and income inequality
Sep.23   Washington  
  Pope Francis has named 18th-Century missionary Junipero Serra a saint, in a move cheered by Hispanic Catholics but criticised by some Native Americans
Sep.24   U.S. Congress     Pope urges 'humane' US migrant response
  Pope Francis has told the US Congress that the US must see migrants as 'persons' and not as 'numbers'
Sep.25   House of Representatives   US Speaker John Boehner to quit Congress
  Boehner will resign from his leadership position and give up his seat at the end of October. He has been under pressure from the conservative wing
  Washington     US and China agree cybercrime truce
  US President Barack Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping have said they will take new steps to address cybercrime





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