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This handout picture released by the Vatican Press Office taken on March 9, 2013 shows Vatican's firefighters setting up the chimney on the roof of the Sistine chapel ahead of the cardinals conclave starting on March 12. Catholic cardinals had a final day of jockeying for position on March 11 before shutting themselves into the Sistine Chapel to elect a new pope after Benedict XVI's shock resignation, with an Italian and a Brazilian who both head powerful archdioceses among the top contenders. AFP PHOTO/OSSERVATORE ROMANO RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT AFP PHOTO/OSSERVATORE ROMANO"
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(FILES) This file picture taken on April 19, 2005 shows white smoke venting up from the chimney of the Sistine Chapel meaning that Catholic Church cardinals had elected a new pope, at the time Pope Benedict XVI, after a conclave lasting little more than 24 hours. Catholic cardinals had a final day of talks on March 11, 2013 before going into lockdown in the Sistine Chapel to elect a new pope after Benedict XVI's shock resignation, with an Italian and a Brazilian among the top contenders. AFP PHOTO / FILES / ANDREAS SOLARO