epa01668900 Pope Benedict XVI waves to the crowds during his visit to address Cameroon's 31 bishops at the Christ the King Church in Yaounde, Cameroon, on 18 March 2009. Pope Benedict XVI set down strategy for his church in Africa on 18 March 2009, telling Cameroon's bishops to protect the traditional values of the African family and to spare the poor from the impact of globalization. Pope Benedict XVI arrived in Cameroon on 17 March 2009 on his first trip to Africa, the fastest-growing region for the Roman Catholic church.The Pope flies to Angola on 20 March 2009. EPA/CIRO FUSCO
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