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Pope wants to visit South Sudan next year, urges unity government

Reuters Sunday, 10 November 2019
Pope Francis said on Sunday he wanted to make his postponed visit to South Sudan next year, and he urged the country's leaders to overcome their divisions and bring an end to the suffering of its people.
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