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There aren’t many Anglican vicars who wear bullet-proof vests. Canon Andrew White is one of them.
Known as the "vicar of Baghdad", he works at Saint George’s - the only Anglican Church in Iraq.
In the past, the building and the clinic next door has come under attack. But despite the tough working conditions, Canon White says there's nowhere he'd rather be.
White, who suffers from multiple sclerosis, is also the chief executive of the foundation for relief and reconciliation in the Middle East –an organization which aims to bring together political and religious leaders in the region.
Recently, he brought a group of Iraqi children back to the UK with him for a holiday.
A man who many admire, Canon Andrew White is dedicated to uniting people of different faiths.
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