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Teens who lost loved ones to terror unite at Mass. camp

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Teens who lost loved ones to terror unite at Mass. camp

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Habiba Abubakar of Nigeria, right, talks with psychologist and faculty member Yaron Prywes while attending the "Common Bond" summer camp in Newbury, Mass., on July 18, 2012. Teens from across the world who lost loved ones due to terrorism gathered for the 10 day camp to share their feelings, insights and a chance to be the world's next generation of international peacemakers. Abubakar lost her father during the Jos religious riots in 2010.

Teens from across the world who lost loved ones due to terrorism have gathered at a Massachusetts boarding school for a 10 day summer camp to share their feelings and reach out to peers who have suffered similar losses, The Associated Press reports.
Project Common Bond, which is now in its fifth year, is part of the New York-based nonprofit Tuesday's Children, which helps families of victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
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