**Papal Conclave Enters Second Day **
Black smoke has emerged from a small chimney atop the Sistine Chapel in Vatican City, signifying the morning of voting by Roman Catholic cardinals has not yet produced a new pope.
The 115 cardinals are voting on a successor to 85-year-old Pope Benedict, who resigned last month saying he does not have the strength to carry out his papal duties.
The College of Cardinals began its second day of deliberation Wednesday after a session of prayer.
Thousands of onlookers are gathered in St. Peter's Square to await a signal of black or white smoke to indicate whether a pope has been chosen.
When the cardinals agree on a successor to Benedict, white smoke will rise from the chimney and the bells of St. Peter's Basilica will ring.
**Aid Group: Syrian Children 'Forgotten Victims' of Crisis**
A new report says nearly two million Syrian children need humanitarian assistance, after two years of conflict that has affected their ability to eat, go to school and have access to sanitation.
Aid group Save the Children released the report Wednesday highlighting the effect of the Syrian crisis on what it calls the "forgotten victims" of the fighting.
It says schools and hospitals have been damaged by clashes between rebels and Syrian government fighters, and that "nearly every family" the group spoke with said they could not safely access clean toilets.
The report calls on all parties in the conflict to allow humanitarian aid to get to those who need it, while ending the use of explosives in populated areas. It further urges fighters to end the recruitment of child soldiers - a practice United Nations investigators said earlier this week was being used by both the army and rebels.