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Pope prays for victims of Guatemala children’s shelter fire

By Reuters
12 March 2017   |   4:20 pm
Pope Francis prays for the victims of a fire at a children's shelter in Guatemala, in which at least 39 people died, and urges the faithful to keep young victims of violence, abuse and wars in their prayers.

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