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The Edit: After whiskey, Japanese distillers out to conquer gin The Edit: The airline luring passengers with restaurant-grade food The Edit: M*A*S*H* actor David Ogden Stiers dies of cancer The Edit: Skate park helps children forget they are refugees VATICAN CITY, Jan 12 — Pope Francis is expected to defend persecuted indigenous people during a trip to Chile and Peru next week that also aims to boost a flagging local Catholic church hit by child sex scandals.The Argentine’s 22nd trip abroad and sixth to Latin America will see him address everything from climate change threats to the mining industry, but the uneasy political situation in both countries will require an extra-soft approach.
He will also have a private meeting with two victims of the regime of the late dictator Augusto Pinochet.
For its part, Peru has been shaken by protests after the highly controversial release this month of former president Alberto Fujimori after serving less than half of a 25-year sentence for human rights abuses.
The decision to pardon him was made by President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, who is accused of lying to cover up ties to a Brazilian company that has admitted to wide-scale corruption.
Peru has also been in the headlines following the Vatican’s decision this week to take control of a Catholic movement whose founder is accused of the sexual and psychological abuse of minors.
Francis has been slammed by victim support groups for allowing Luis Fernando Figari to retire quietly in Rome.
There is no official meeting with victims scheduled, though the pope may meet some away from the media gaze.
Soft spot for the Amazon The highlight of his January 15 to 21 trip will be lunch meetings with representatives of indigenous peoples.
In Temuco, Francis will chat with Mapuche natives — some seven percent of the Chilean population — who inhabited a vast territory before the arrival of Spanish colonists in 1541, and have long protested the loss of ancestral lands.
Not all will be pleased to see him: a radicalised group of activists in the Auracania region has taken to torching farms and lumber trucks as well as setting fire to churches.
In Puerto Maldonado, a small trading centre of the Amazon rainforest in southeastern Peru, Francis will be welcomed by some 3,500 indigenous people from areas stretching into Bolivia and Brazil.