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By Patrick Doyle OTTAWA (Reuters) - More than 500 people rallied in Canada's capital on Saturday to protest the death of a mentally ill black man following an arrest, marching against what they see as race-based police brutality in a country that prides itself for being tolerant. Abdirahman Abdi, 37, died on Monday after witnesses told local media he was beaten by Ottawa police officers who responded to calls of a disturbance. The march is expected to end at a police station, though organizers have said they would respect the wishes of Abdi's family for the event to be peaceful.
By Philip Pullella and Wojciech Zurawski KRAKOW, Poland (Reuters) - Pope Francis on Saturday condemned the "devastating wave of terrorism" and war that has hit the world and urged a huge crowd of young people not to be indifferent to the suffering of others. The pope, who ends his five-day trip to Poland on Sunday, made an unscheduled stop at the church of St. Francis of Assisi in Krakow to recite a prayer for peace. From the church Francis went to a large field outside the city where he addressed hundreds of thousands of young people in Krakow for an international gathering of Catholic youth.