Black-eyed Pope Francis denounces slave trade in Cartagena

Thousands of worshippers in Colombia witnessed the pope getting injured on the final leg of his five-day tour. His message centred on reconciliation and the need to address consequences of inequality.

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    Thousands of worshippers in Colombia witnessed the pope getting injured on the final leg of his five-day tour.

    Pope Francis hit his head on the glass screen of his Popemobile when it stopped suddenly in Cartagena.

    His message centred on reconciliation and the need to address consequences of inequality.

    Al Jazeera's Teresa Bo reports from Cartagena.


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