Pope's Easter message condemns failure to help migrants
Pope Francis has condemned those who fail to help migrants, during his traditional Easter speech in Rome.
The Pope said migrants often met "rejection from those who could offer them welcome and assistance".
He also condemned terrorism as "a blind and brutal violence" that should be fought with "weapons of love".
The Pope was delivering his "urbi et orbi" (To the city and the world) message to thousands amid tight security in St Peter's Square.
The Pope said: "The Easter message of the risen Christ... invites us not to forget those men and women seeking a better future, an ever more numerous throng of migrants and refugees... fleeing from war, hunger, poverty and social injustice.