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Once witnesses to a revolution, teens bide their time in Va. suburbs

With each regime that teeters, each uprising that forces a U.S. embassy to be evacuated, more American diplomats and their families seek shelter at a nondescript Falls Church apartment complex.

 
 

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From left: Phoebe Bredin, Arden Rose, Anita Wright, and Stuart Hoskins sit in a conference room at George Mason High School. They enrolled at the Northern Virginia school after their families evacuated Egypt during the recent uprising. "It's like the State Department ghetto," said one father, Rob Rose, who left Cairo with his wife and two daughters.


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Article | American diplomats, aid workers and their families - evacuated from countries in turmoil - seek shelter in a nondescript apartment building in Falls Church, Va.

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