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"Although construction has added jobs in many states at a higher rate than the private sector as a whole in the past year, the record number of job openings at the end of February shows contractors would add even more workers if they could," AGCA chief economist Ken Simonson said in a news release.
(The Pope later visited Agca in an Italian prison and forgave him.
John Paul visited Agca in prison on December 27, 1983, spoke to Agca as a brother and forgave him.
The surprise visit by Mehmet Ali Agca, believed to be his first time in the Vatican since the assassination attempt, lasted a few minutes, a Vatican spokesman, the Rev.
Mehmet Ali Agca, the gunman who attempted to assassinate Pope John Paul II on May 1981, wishes to meet Pope Francis in Turkey on Nov.
Peter's Square May 13, 1981, by a Turkish man, Mehmet Ali Agca. The pontiff broadcast by cassette tape a message May 17, 1981, that echoed across a silent St.
Construction employment expanded in 215 metro areas, declined in 80 and was stagnant in 44 between June 2013 and June 2014, according to a new analysis by the AGCA.
The Pope was shot and critically wounded by Mehmet Ali Agca. Later, the Pope visited Agca in prison and forgave him for the assassination attempt.
By Amb Joseph Ayok Anei April 14, 2014 - In May 1981 a Muslim called Ali Agca attempted to assassinate His Holiness Pope John Paul II.
The title story concerns All Agca, a right-wing terrorist from Malatya where the summer is "green and orange, with the scent and flavor of apricots." In 1981 Agca traveled to the Vatican and put four bullets into the pope.