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Black smoke, no new pope yet

Cardinals meet again Wednesday for day two of conclave

Black smoke, no new pope yet

Vatican City, March 12 - Black smoke appeared over the Vatican following the first day of the cardinals' conclave to elect Benedict XVI's successor on Tuesday signalling that a new pope had not been chosen. Thousands of onlookers expressed disappointment after hours of waiting in stormy Roman weather to see if white smoke would indicate that a new pope had been elected. Cardinals will gather on Wednesday morning in the Sistine Chapel, when the second day of the conclave to elect the new pope begins.

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