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Pope Francis visits Marseille as anti-migrant views grow in Europe with talk of fences and blockades

  • Pope Francis is visiting Marseille for a two-day visit focused on the Mediterranean and migration. The city is home to some of the poorest neighborhoods in Europe and has a history as a gateway for immigrants.
  • The pope will address the issue of migration and criticize the "fanaticism of indifference" that greets migrants seeking a better life in Europe. He will thank humanitarian groups that rescue migrants and condemn efforts to block their rescues as "gestures of hatred."
  • The visit comes amid a new influx of refugees from Africa, sparking a backlash from anti-migrant leaders in Europe. Italy has called for a naval blockade of Tunisia, while France has increased patrols at its border with Italy.
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