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By Neal Rubin, Detroit Free Press

Laura Bonnell had a translator, because the parents in the room were mostly poor, and it’s typically the wealthy in Egypt who are most comfortable with English. When the screen filled with a picture of her daughters, though — her strong, beautiful, living, 27- and 25-year-old babies — there was no need for words. The universal language was tears.

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