Pope demands rights for all in Myanmar, omits 'Rohingya'

Pope demands rights for all in Myanmar, omits 'Rohingya'

NAYPYITAW, Myanmar (AP) — Pope Francis insisted Tuesday that Myanmar’s future depends on respecting the rights of each ethnic group, an indirect show of support for Rohingya Muslims who have been subject to decades of discrimination and a recent military crackdown described by the U.N. as a textbook campaign of “ethnic cleansing.”
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