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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'

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