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CNS Vatican Report: Unrest in Libya a concern for the Vatican

April 1, 2011
At last Sunday's Angelus, Pope Benedict expressed his concern for the safety of the civilian population in Libya. Catholic News Service's Rome correspondent Carol Glatz and Rome Bureau Chief John Thavis report the Vatican is concerned about what is happening in that country on a number of levels.
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