Respect dignity and rights of all pope says

Hong Kong (SE): At end of his four-day visit to Myanmar on November 30, Pope Francis had met with the country’s president, Htin Kyaw; state counsellor, Aung San Suu Kyi; its senior military general and army chief, Min Aung Hlaing; as well as leaders of the Buddhist, Muslim, Baptist and Jewish faiths.
To the dismay of some observers and rights advocates, not once while in Myanmar did he publicly use the word, Rohingya.
A day later however, he referenced the persecuted minority by name saying, “The presence of God today is also called Rohingya.”
The BBC reported that the pope’s unscripted comment was made during an interfaith meeting in Dhaka during his visit to Bangladesh when he also met...