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March 13th, 2013
07:25 AM ET

Cardinals voting now for next pope – Chris Cuomo sets the scene in Rome

Right now, the world is focusing on a thin copper chimney above the Sistine Chapel. At any moment, it could show white smoke and signal the election of a new pope. Yesterday and earlier this morning, black smoke signaled that the 115 cardinal electors had failed to choose the Catholic Church's next spiritual leader.

After black smoke emerged Wednesday, the cardinals will return for an afternoon voting session beginning at 11amET, and at 12:30pmET all eyes will then be back on the Sistine Chapel chimney, awaiting another smoke signal from the cardinals.

Chris Cuomo sets the scene from Rome on "Early Start" this morning.

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