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Pope and Archbishop of Canterbury planning South Sudan visit?

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It seems the Pope and Archbishop may be planning a short visit to South Sudan. South Sudan, the Christian-majority state that split off from Muslim-majority Sudan in 2013, is struggling and war-torn. Fighting in the capital, the abuse of foreigners, and widespread and historic inter-tribal violence are threatening the survival of the new state, so if there is any chance that their visit could help to reduce the violence and bring stability to the area, it would be a step forward.

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I think it is good that he visits this place and I hope the peace will be regained after this visit in both the places. Interesting piece of information you have shared. Thanks for sharing. :)

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