ASUNCION, Paraguay – Here are the latest developments from Pope Francis' trip to South America:
Pope Francis begins the last day of a weeklong South American tour on Sunday with a stop in an Asuncion slum that borders the Paraguay river that frequently floods it and makes its dirt roads impassable pools of mud.
The barrio's name is Banado (Ban-YA-doh) Norte. Banado means "bathed." About 15,000 families live there.
One in four Paraguayans live under the poverty line and the U.N. ranks the country in the world's top fifth in income inequality.
The pope has spent much of the past week railing about the injustices of the global capitalist system, demanding a new economic model in which the Earth's resources are distributed equally among all.
In Banado Norte, people live in shacks of plywood and corrugated metal. Pigs rummage through garbage for leftovers.