With China on his mind, pope visits tiny Catholic flock in Mongolia

Pope Francis headed to Mongolia on Thursday, a predominantly Buddhist country with just 1,450 Catholics, which the Vatican hopes can act as a facilitator to improve difficult relations with China. The chartered ITA Airways plane carrying the pope, his entourage and accompanying journalists took off from Rome at around 6.40 p.m. for the 9 hour,

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Net ‘hot money’ flows stay positive

SPECULATIVE foreign investments remained positive for a second straight month in July, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) reported on Thursday. Foreign investments registered with the BSP — also called “hot money” given the ease by which the funds can be taken in and out of an economy — posted a net inflow of $962


Scientists recreate the scent used in the mummification of an Egyptian woman 3,500 years ago – revealing the ‘perfume of the AFTERLIFE’

Perfume companies love to give their products names like Eternity and Forever. But now scientists really have bottled the ‘scent of eternity’, thanks to the Ancient Egyptians. Researchers have recreated the scent of the embalming fluid used to preserve the remains of a mummy from the Valley of Kings so she could live forever in