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‘Tears in the streets’ in Latin America

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After waiting 20 centuries for a Latin American pope, many of faithful there now believe they’ll have a larger voice in the church, and that Pope Francis will pay special attention to the poor. NBC’s Miguel Almaguer reports from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.