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Loureen LiFunga and Hilary Hakayebe, both from families ravaged by AIDS, chose not to sleep together before their wedding in Zambia. Neither has HIV.

In a land of disease, some find hope and a future

By John Donnelly
Globe Staff / July 9, 2006

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First of two parts. LIVINGSTONE, Zambia -- At the altar of Our Lady of Angels Catholic Church, a groom stood nervously as his bride walked down the aisle in a white dress, her face partially hidden behind a white veil. (Full article: 3213 words)

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