Pope condemns Bangladesh working conditions as "slave labor"

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By Philip Pullella VATICAN CITY (Reuters) – Pope Francis on Wednesday condemned the conditions of workers who died in the Bangladesh factory collapse as “slave labor,” saying unjust salaries and the unbridled quest for profits were “against God”. His words were his toughest yet on workers’ rights since his election on March 13, and another indication that the former archbishop of Buenos Aires was intent on making social justice a major plank of his pontificate. “Living on 38 euros ($50) a month – that was the pay of these people who died. …

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