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Pope greets, chats with migrant families in Lesbos

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Pope greets, chats with migrant families in Lesbos

Pope greets, chats with migrant families in Lesbos

Pope Francis visited the Mavrovouni Identification Centre on Sunday and met with refugee families living in the camp.

Francis took his time walking along the barricades, patting children on the head, asking them their names and posing for selfies.


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