"We need to build sustainable cities."
The Catholic duty priest to the British Parliament said people were weeping at prayer services the day after the Westminster terror attack.
"Yesterday's attacks in Westminster have shocked us all."
"The situation is grave, but we will continue mobilizing for support to ensure that no one goes hungry."
"It is a very exciting day which hasn't happened in hundreds of years."
"The people in South Sudan are so tired, they are bone-weary of fighting and there is a hunger for peace."
Resident Maria Escalona Devia said as a result, people live in fear.
"It limits the religious expression of an individual."
"This (fireworks tradition) is deeply rooted in the popular religious culture."
Bishop Ramazzini said defense of human rights and the environment was now a "life-threatening issue" in his country.