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Memories of native land swirl with life in Laurel
Memories of native land swirl with life in Laurel

To make a point, Vades Dobgima  held up a glass of iced tea. "The drinking water in Cameroon," he said softly, "sometimes has this color," which appears as liquid rust." Dobgima, 28, has been in the U.S. for almost two years on a student visa. He holds an undergraduate degree in biology from a school in Cameroon, the west African country, his native land. His dream now: To study medicine in the States in order to return home and practice.  With 21.5 million souls, an average annual income of $2,300 and a 40 percent  jobless rate, Cameroon, although not the poorest of the poor on the Dark Continent, is still a Third World country. By...

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