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Archbishop of Canterbury announces travel plans

Archbishop of Canterbury announces travel plans

In more news from Lambeth, Justin Welby has announced a trip to several African nations, beginning Thursday.

In a press release issued today, the Archbishop of Canterbury announced his plan to visit several African countries this week, including South Sudan, Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, and Rwanda.


He also announced his intention to visit all of his fellow primates around the world within his first eighteen months in office.

The press release is here

(Warning: the link to the interview in the press release does not work outside the UK. The price of Yorktown, sadly.)

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Donna Hicks

On the link to the interview - some NPR stations carry BBC World Service which carries Hardtalk but it may be at 4AM eastern time and some cable TV systems carry BBC World News which carries Hardtalk as well, so not a totally lost cause.

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