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The 20 women, all of whom had escaped forced prostitution, received Pope Francis during an unannounced visit to their apartment in Rome. The visit forms part of the pontiff's "Fridays of Mercy" in which he focuses on communities that have undergone suffering. Seven Nigerian, six Romanian, and four Albanian women told him how they had been trafficked into Italy by pimps who then forced them to have sex with multiple customers a day.
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