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Returning To The Battlefield, With A Brain Injury

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The University of Cape Town is open about its admission standards: Admission cutoffs are listed by race in the university's prospectus. The university's vice chancellor says the policy reflects the fact that black students in South Africa are still highly disadvantaged. barbourians/flickr hide caption

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Inequalities Complicate S. Africa College Admissions

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Jolly Boys: Aging Jamaican Troubadours Go Rock

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Ahmadinejad Seen As Loser In Iranian Power Struggle

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AN INDOLENT APPRECIATION OF WHAT YOU LEFT BEHIND THE DYLAN GROUP
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The Helpless Children Protection Home is an orphanage in Katmandu. Last August, the U.S. government suspended adoptions from Nepal because it was concerned about fraud in Nepal's adoption system — and there's still concern. Prakash Mathema/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. Still Suspects Fraud In Nepalese Orphanages

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