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News Briefing: Chad: Children’s Case Won’t Hinder Aid

By Kate Golden on October 31, 2007No Comment
  • The money raised in April through a special American Idol episode makes its way to charities in the U.S. and Africa.  [Associated Press]
  • U.C. Berkeley recieves $10 million from the Dow Chemical Co. Foundation.  [Associated Press]
  • Six French charity workers are charged with kidnapping after a failed attempt to leave Chad with 103 children the aid organization claimed were orphans from Darfur.  [Associated Press]
  • The name of the anonymous donor who gave to Indiana University $85 million two years ago is revealed.  [Associated Press]
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