Every year pilgrims flock to Jerusalem to visit the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, which the faithful believe houses the tomb of Jesus. Last year it was closed for restoration after it was deemed unsafe. Now Christianity is celebrating its reopening.
What is believed to be the tomb of Jesus, at Jerusalem's Holy Sepulchre Church, has been unveiled again after nearly 10 months of restoration work. Last spring, it was on the verge of collapse.
What is widely believed to be the Tomb of Jesus, one of Christendom's most holy sites, at Jerusalem's Holy Sepulchre Church, is on the verge of collapse. To save it, major restoration work has begun.
The Vatican has begun a probe against two ex-managers accused of diverting funds from a children's hospital to renovate a Rome penthouse. Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone's lawyer says he never asked for the luxury refit.
The Palestinian Museum has stood empty for over a year, but is now tackling a touchy topic in its first art and history exhibition: Jerusalem, where many Palestinians are not allowed to go.
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