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A box of five Cadbury Creme Eggs in London. The confectioner's decision to change the chocolate used to make the outer shell has left many in the U.K. in "shellshock." Anthony Devlin/PA Photos/Landov hide caption

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Tweaks To Cadbury Creme Eggs Not Going Over Easy In The U.K.

Now is the time when Cadbury's colorfully wrapped chocolate eggs hit stores in Great Britain. But the company has changed the chocolate used in the treats, leaving many Britons in "shellshock."

Dave Tobelmann worked for 33 years at General Mills before retiring five years ago. Not long after, he returned to the company, this time through a staffing firm specializing in retiree placement. Courtesy of Dave Tobelmann hide caption

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Businesses Try To Stave Off Brain Drain As Boomers Retire

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Great Rabbi of France Haim Korsia, right, speaks as the Imam of the eastern suburb of Drancy, Hassen Chalghoumi, left, and others listen during a ceremony at the synagogue of Sarcelles, France, in July 2014, after pro-Palestinian protests in Paris and Sarcelles. Stephane de Sakutin/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In A Paris Suburb, Jews And Muslims Live In A Fragile Harmony

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Tilda the orangutan, relaxing between gabfests at the Cologne Zoo. Cologne Zoo hide caption

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From The Mouths Of Apes, Babble Hints At Origins of Human Speech

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A box of five Cadbury Creme Eggs in London. The confectioner's decision to change the chocolate used to make the outer shell has left many in the U.K. in "shellshock." Anthony Devlin/PA Photos/Landov hide caption

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Tweaks To Cadbury Creme Eggs Not Going Over Easy In The U.K.

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The ferry pulls in to Friday Harbor, the only incorporated city in San Juan County, Wash. Veterans will often travel the hourlong ferry ride to reach VA services here. Patricia Murphy/KUOW hide caption

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In Remote Washington, Veterans Services Are Ferry Ride Away

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Zanta now lives on the outskirts of Beijing. Courtesy of Jocelyn Ford hide caption

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American Film On A Tibetan Migrant Finds Unlikely Success — In China

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Jordanian comic book author Suleiman Bakhit, speaking at the Oslo Freedom Forum last year, discusses how he has created superheroes that fight religious extremism. While his comics are popular among kids in Jordan, he was injured in an attack several years ago that left a scar on his face. Julia Reinhart/Demotix/Corbis hide caption

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In Jordan, The Comic Book Superheroes Fight Extremism

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