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Buenos Aires hails 'pope of the poor'

Many slum dwellers in the Argentinian capital benefited from charity work of the newly elected pontiff, Francis.
Last Modified: 15 Mar 2013 18:10

Much is being said about the new pope's work with the poor in his native Argentina. But what do those who have benefited from his work think of him? 

Al Jazeera's Teresa Bo went to the slums of Buenos Aires to find out.

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