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Johannesburg students due back after protest

A nationwide protest by mixed-race students against South Africa's racially separated education system showed signs of ending Tuesday after parents and teachers appealed to them to go back to school. In Cape Town, where the boycott began almost a month ago, student leaders from about 60 schools decided to return to school today (May 14). But in other cities pupils said the strike would go on at least until the end of the week.

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