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New Zealand bishop resigns after woman's complaint of unacceptable behavior

Reuters Saturday, 5 October 2019
A Catholic bishop in New Zealand has resigned after a church body investigated a young woman's complaint against him regarding "unacceptable behavior of a sexual nature", a top church official has said.
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