Pope Francis talks during a special audience to mark the 50th anniversary of Synod of Bishops in Paul VI hall at the Vatican October 17, 2015. REUTERS/Tony Gentile
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Pope Francis will meet slum dwellers and refugees and call for dialogue between Christians and Muslims when he visits Kenya, Uganda and Central African Republic next month, the Vatican said on Saturday.The trip, his first to Africa, is fraught with security concerns and the pope will spend about two days in each country and visit only the capitals.Since his election as the first Latin American pope, Francis has met the most needy on each of his 10 foreign tours. In Uganda, Francis is scheduled to visit a home for the disabled in Nalukolongo, a suburb of the capital Kampala.
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