Pope vote - all eyes on the smoke

Last updated at 11:40
Black smoke issues from Sistine Chapel chimney

Black smoke has come from the Sistine Chapel's chimney again this morning, so still no pope has been chosen.

Today is the second day of the papal elections that are being held at the Sistine Chapel in Vatican City in Rome.

Yesterday there was a single vote in the evening, and there has been one vote today so far.

Up to four ballots will be held each day, until one person gets two-thirds of the votes.

People will be watching the colour of the smoke from the Chapel's chimney in the Vatican City.

Black smoke means the cardinals haven't yet reached a decision, but white smoke means the new Pope has been chosen.

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