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Pope Francis met a group of Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh and pronounced the word he had so assiduously avoided only days earlier in Myanmar.
Prisoners at Elgin-Middlesex Detention Centre witnessed and heard the murder of fellow inmate Adam Kargus in October 2013.
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Human rights groups claim the military government was responsible for the deaths of around 30,000 people between 1976 and 1983.
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Pope's comments mark his first public denunciation of the military's "persecution" of Rohingya Muslims.
In his first public Mass in Myanmar, Pope Francis urged the country's long-suffering ethnic minorities to resist the temptation to exact revenge for the hurt they have endured.
Dramatic images of police and soldiers cracking down on young protesters were broadcast around the world, but less is known about the thousands more who were hauled away.
Hopes that the inauguration of Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta would end months of election turmoil were dashed.
Vietnamese blogger Nguyen Van Hoa jailed for 7 years for reporting on chemical spill caused by Taiwanese Formosa Ha Tinh Steel Corporation that poisoned fish on central coast.
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