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'Morning Edition' Returns: What Were They Thinking?

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'Morning Edition' Returns: What Were They Thinking?

'Morning Edition' Returns: What Were They Thinking?

'Morning Edition' Returns: What Were They Thinking?

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A woman from Gambia arrives at a London airport with luggage crammed with 197 pounds of illegal snails, catfish and goat meat. And in Germany, a court rejects the demands of an unemployed man who wanted the government to provide him with free pornography and pay for his visits to brothels. The man argued that his wife is in Thailand and he needs these services to keep himself fit and healthy.