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Pope Francis meets Thai Prime Minister in Bangkok


Pope Francis meets Thailand's prime minister Prayut Chan-O-Cha. The pontiff arrived in the country on Wednesday, the first leg of an Asian visit which will also take in Japan. +IMAGES CONTAIN THAI COMMENTARY FROM HOST BROADCASTER+ IMAGES

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