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On the fourth day of his visit to Mexico, Pope Francis has urged a stadium packed with members of the clergy not to give up in the face of violence, drug trafficking and corruption. He's visiting Morelia, the state capital of Michoacán, one of the parts of the country worst affected by drug related violence. Kitty Watson reports. “In a stadium, the Pope spoke to tens of thousands of nuns and clergy urging them not to be resigned to evils like drug trafficking. He said they needed to be out helping those who are suffering not stuck in their churches. In a past decade, more than 100,000 people have been killed or gone missing in Mexico's drug war. Michoacan is no stranger to that violence. In recent years, Vigilante groups have taken up arms against the drug gangs.” BBC news.