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Reestablishing family ties

Cambridge group aids Salvadorans' quest to find kin

By Ryan Haggerty
Globe Correspondent / July 28, 2007

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Tears welled in Imelda Auron's eyes before she began speaking. The 31-year-old West Roxbury resident was one of thousands of Salvadoran children separated from their families during the 1980s, while the country was engulfed in civil war. (Full article: 520 words)

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