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  1. Vegetables

    Young gardeners eat more greens in first year at college

  2. FILE PHOTO - Students are seen at the UPEA (El Alto Public University) in El Alto

    In Bolivia's bellwether city, anger at Morales grows

    In El Alto, a former shantytown high in the Andes that has mushroomed into Bolivia's second-largest city, students and professors are growing ...
  3. A firefighter working on extinguishing the Lilac Fire a fast moving wildfire is seen in Bonsall

    California wildfires send film, TV productions scrambling

    Wildfires raging across Southern California are taking a toll on the region's iconic film industry, forcing producers of commercials, television ...
  4. French President Emmanuel Macron attends a ceremony to start the construction of the first metro li

    What's wrong with a joke? Macron defends air-conditioning gag in Africa

    French President Emmanuel Macron has a reputation for disarming hostile audiences with repartee and humour, but his latest verbal jousting on a ...
  5. A visitor uses her iPhone X to take a photo of Apple Park t-shirts at the new Apple Visitor Center

    Apple says illegal student labour discovered at iPhone X plant

    Smartphone maker Apple Inc and its biggest manufacturing partner on Wednesday said that a small number of students were discovered working ...
  6. FILE PHOTO - The Facebook logo is displayed on their website in an illustration photo

    Austrian activist cannot file class action suit against Facebook - EU Court adviser

    An Austrian law student and privacy activist cannot bring a class action suit against Facebook's Irish unit in an Austrian court, an EU court ...
  7. Families of victims in the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs shooting pray at a prayer vig

    A Texas school is devastated by church shooting

    It was heartbreaking for Jennifer Berrones to explain to her 7-year-old daughter Kaylee that her friend and classmate Emily was not coming back to ...
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    Student suicide was MIT's fault, lawyer says