A morphology technician at The New Mexico Office of the Medical Investigator stores one of the bodies that is autopsied there. The office was created by the state legislature in 1972 replacing the county coroner system.
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A vendor pulls his trolley past Egyptian army soldiers sitting and standing atop armored personnel carriers in Cairo on Saturday. But in Egypt, jobs are hard to come by. Most Egyptians live on about $2 a day, according to Isobel Coleman, a senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations. And the college educated face a 30 percent unemployment rate.