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On its way from ancient Olympic to Beijing, the Olympic torch will touch down just once in North America - next Wednesday in  San Francisco.

Olympic Torch Faces a Mixed Reception Next Week in San Francisco

On its way from ancient Olympic to Beijing, the Olympic torch will touch down just once in North America - next Wednesday in San Francisco.

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On its way from ancient Olympia to Beijing, the  Olympic torch  will touch down just once in North America, in a city that's one third Chinese American—and where city officials are…

San Francisco Supervisors to Greet Torch with 'Alarm and Protest'

On its way from ancient Olympia to Beijing, the Olympic torch will touch down just once in North America, in a city that's one third Chinese American—and where city officials are…

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