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Why an African Pope Is Very Unlikely Today

[Observer]The unprecedented resignation of Pope Benedict XVI on Monday surprised many people who had come to believe that a Pope serves until he dies. Robert Mugagga writes on the history of popes in the Catholic Church, and why an African pope is unlikely today.

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