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Pope, translator cite “Rohingya” repeatedly after silence

Pope Francis is making up for his silence about the Rohingya refugee crisis while in Myanmar: During his general audience Wednesday, Francis or his translator cited the “Rohingya” by name at least a half-dozen times, in a variety of languages.
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