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Abigail, 11, sells pastries on a street in El Alto in June. Under the new law, 10-year-olds can work as long as they have parental consent and also attend school. Juan Karita/AP hide caption

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In Bolivia, A Child's Place Is In The Market And The Mines

Other countries have moved away from child labor, but not Bolivia, which has lowered the legal working age to as young as 10. Advocates say the move brings the law in line with harsh reality.

Abigail, 11, sells pastries on a street in El Alto in June. Under the new law, 10-year-olds can work as long as they have parental consent and also attend school. Juan Karita/AP hide caption

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In Bolivia, A Child's Place Is In The Market And The Mines

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Lionheart Emancipator
Humpty Dumpty Marc Moulin
Stronger Daft Punk & Kanye West
Maintenance [Instrumentals] Blockhead
In The Shadow Of The Colossi Doug Kaufman
Bear No Hair Garage a Trois
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Scottish actor David Tennant stars as a grizzled detective in the BBC's Broadchurch and also the new American adaptation, Gracepoint. Ed Araquel/FOX hide caption

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A Crime Drama Crosses The Atlantic And Detective David Tennant Is On The Case

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Funky Fanfare [KPM vs. DJ Drama] Keith Mansfield
Swing 1 Jacob Bain, Samantha Boshnack et. al.

Gary Walters demonstrates his self-cooling prosthetic. Leto Solutions via YouTube hide caption

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Leto Solutions via YouTube

Vet's Self-Cooling Prosthetic Could Help Amputees Beat The Heat

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Bashful Kwes.
Diablo's Dance Wes Montgomery

Fourth-grader Isiah Soto digests some history during independent reading time. Emily Hanford/American Public Media hide caption

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Common Core Reading: 'The New Colossus'

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Sven's New Identity Krom
Emkay Bonobo

Ouch! Jeffrey Craig Hopper got good emergency treatment after being hit in the eye with a baseball in June. But months later he was slapped with an extra medical bill he never expected. Jennifer Hopper hide caption

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Jennifer Hopper

Surprise Medical Bills: ER Is In Network, But Doctor Isn't

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Uncle Ace Blood Orange

Fishermen Ed Stewart (left) and Tannis Goodsen mend groundfishing nets on Merrill Wharf, in Portland, Maine, last November. Robert F. Bukaty/AP hide caption

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Regulators Ban Cod Fishing In Gulf Of Maine As Stocks Dwindle

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Bring It On Home Kinobe
Virginia Plain The Bryan Ferry Orchestra

"The guy" (Ben Sinclair, left) delivers pot to two clients played by Tanisha Long and William Jackson Harper. Courtesy of Janky Clown Productions hide caption

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Courtesy of Janky Clown Productions

Despite The Dope, 'High Maintenance' Is About More Than Potheads

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Pink Floyd's new album is titled The Endless River. Albert Watson/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Inside The Wall: Pink Floyd's 'Final' Album Is Process On Display

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Sum Pink Floyd
C 130 Brownout

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