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Pope Francis hails peace in postwar Mozambique

By DW
09 September 2019   |   6:00 am
The leader of the Catholic Church has urged Mozambique's political leaders to uphold peace and tone down divisive rhetoric. The country is hoping to avert political violence in the run-up to elections slated for October.

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