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Polish artist gives John Paul II ‘iconic’ makeover

By DW
26 September 2020   |   6:54 am
Polish artist Jerzy Kalina has unveiled an unusual sculpture of Saint John Paul II in Warsaw. Meanwhile, thieves had stolen a vial containing a few drops of the late pontiff's blood from an Italian cathedral.

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