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THE Pope has warned the world is on the brink of nuclear war and said he is “really afraid” of the devastation it will cause as the Catholic leader warned one “accident” could be enough to provoke a conflict. Pope Francis was speaking on board his plane as he flew off to Chile and Peru today. He was quizzed about the menace of a nuclear conflict after a false missile alert in Hawaii caused panic as tensions continue with North Korea. The Pope said: "I think we are at the very limit. I am really afraid of this. “One accident is enough to precipitate things.” On board the plane, Vatican officials handed out a 1945 photograph showing a Japanese boy carrying his dead brother on his shoulders following the US nuclear attack on Nagasaki. The Pope told reporters: "I was moved when I saw this. The only thing I could think of adding were the words 'the fruit of war’. "I wanted to have it reprinted and distributed because an image like this can be more moving than a thousand words. “That is why I wanted to share it with you.” - Read more | Monday January 15, 2018
Pope warns world at ‘very limit’ of nuclear war and admits he is ‘really afraid’