Byline: By JOHN-PAUL FORD ROJAS
POPE Benedict yesterday tried to dampen the furore over his remarks about Islam saying he was "deeply sorry" about the anger they had caused.
But there were fears that the violent reaction to his comments would continue as an Italian nun was shot dead in Somalia.
The Vatican said it hoped the "wave of hate" sweeping the world did not lead to "grave consequences" for the church. Elsewhere there was a mixed reaction to the Pope's attempt to assuage his critics, with some calling off protests but others saying it was not enough.
Benedict said comments that the prophet Mohammed had brought "things only evil and …