Vatican abuse meeting: Victims demand meaningful reform

Clerical sex abuse survivors are demanding accountability for religious officials who turned a blind eye on decades of abuse.

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    New concerns about the Catholic Church's true commitment to ending sexual abuse have surfaced at a meeting in Vatican City.

    Sexual abuse survivors and activists have demanded zero tolerance for abuse, but some activists wonder if church politics is getting in the way of making real change.

    Al Jazeera's Rory Challands reports from Rome on the third day of an unprecedented summit on sexual abuse.


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