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His compassion lifted many

Often without fanfare, Kennedy used his clout to help constituents frightened and desperate

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By Jenna Russell
Globe Staff / August 27, 2009

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They left their homes in Ethiopia to seek an education, and while they were away, in the 1970s, violent turmoil erupted in their country. A military regime seized power, targeted its enemies, and killed their relatives. Fearing for their lives, Abe Abraham and his wife, Azzi, sought permission from the government to stay in the United States. (Full article: 1138 words)

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