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In this photo taken Friday, May 26, 2017, former child soldier James cries uncontrollably as he is reunited with his mother for the first time in 3 years, while family and friends brush their hands over his face in a Nuer tradition that wishes him a long life, at a protection of civilians site in Bentiu, South Sudan. James, one of an estimated 18,000 children fighting in South Sudan according to the United Nations, was left for dead on a battlefield while back home his mother mourned him and held a funeral without a body, having no idea that he was still alive. (AP Photo/Sam Mednick)

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In this photo taken Friday, May 26, 2017, former child soldier James, center-left, is hugged by a community member as he is welcomed home and sees his mother for the first time in 3 years, at a protection of civilians site in Bentiu, South Sudan. James, one of an estimated 18,000 children fighting in South Sudan according to the United Nations, was left for dead on a battlefield while back home his mother mourned him and held a funeral without a body, having no idea that he was still alive. (AP Photo/Sam Mednick)

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In this photo taken Friday, May 26, 2017, family and friends dance through the streets singing and chanting to honor the return of former child soldier James, after he is reunited with his mother and sees her for the first time in 3 years, at a protection of civilians site in Bentiu, South Sudan. James, one of an estimated 18,000 children fighting in South Sudan according to the United Nations, was left for dead on a battlefield while back home his mother mourned him and held a funeral without a body, having no idea that he was still alive. (AP Photo/Sam Mednick)

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In this photo taken Friday, May 26, 2017, former child soldier James, center-right, is surrounded by family and friends as he is welcomed home by his community and meets his mother for the first time in 3 years, at a protection of civilians site in Bentiu, South Sudan. James, one of an estimated 18,000 children fighting in South Sudan according to the United Nations, was left for dead on a battlefield while back home his mother mourned him and held a funeral without a body, having no idea that he was still alive. (AP Photo/Sam Mednick)

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In this photo taken Friday, May 26, 2017, former child soldier James, accompanied by one of his sisters and friends, walks towards his mother's house to be reunited and see her for the first time in 3 years, at a protection of civilians site in Bentiu, South Sudan. James, one of an estimated 18,000 children fighting in South Sudan according to the United Nations, was left for dead on a battlefield while back home his mother mourned him and held a funeral without a body, having no idea that he was still alive. (AP Photo/Sam Mednick)

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In this photo taken Friday, May 26, 2017, mother Nyayan Koang, who is unable to stand up due to polio, gazes at her son James, a former child soldier walking with a crutch, left, minutes after they were reunited and she saw him for the first time in 3 years, at a protection of civilians site in Bentiu, South Sudan. James, one of an estimated 18,000 children fighting in South Sudan according to the United Nations, was left for dead on a battlefield while back home his mother mourned him and held a funeral without a body, having no idea that he was still alive. (AP Photo/Sam Mednick)

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In this photo taken Friday, May 26, 2017, former child soldier James looks through an airplane window as he arrives to be reunited with his mother who had thought he was dead, in Bentiu, South Sudan. James, one of an estimated 18,000 children fighting in South Sudan according to the United Nations, was left for dead on a battlefield while back home his mother mourned him and held a funeral without a body, having no idea that he was still alive. (AP Photo/Sam Mednick)

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In this photo taken Monday, May 29, 2017, former child soldier James walks down the road from his small hut in a protection of civilians site to his first day at his new school, after recently being reunited with his mother who had thought he was dead, in Bentiu, South Sudan. James, one of an estimated 18,000 children fighting in South Sudan according to the United Nations, was left for dead on a battlefield while back home his mother mourned him and held a funeral without a body, having no idea that he was still alive. (AP Photo/Sam Mednick)

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Webb Simpson holds the trophy while posing with his wife Dowd and son James after beating Chez Reavie with a birdie on the second hole of a playoff in the final round of the Deutsche Bank Championship golf tournament at TPC Boston in Norton, Mass., Monday, Sept. 5, 2011. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer)

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Cindy Biondo of Parkville, Maryland, and her two children Elizabeth, 10, and James, 7, watch as the Liberty Foundation's Boeing B-17 The Movie Memphis Belle taxies on the runway at Martin State Airport. ) (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

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** FILE ** The massive leather-bound Bible originally owned by King James' son, Prince Henry, is among the historic copies on display. (Folger Shakespeare Library)

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Protesters dressed up as Rupert Murdoch (left) and his son James pose April 24, 2012, for photographers as they demonstrate outside the High Court in London. Rupert Murdoch was testifying during Lord Justice Brian Leveson's inquiry into media ethics to answer questions about Murdoch's role in the phone hacking scandal at his now-defunct News of the World tabloid. (Associated Press)

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Protesters dressed up as Rupert Murdoch (left) and his son James pose April 24, 2012, for photographers as they demonstrate outside the High Court in London. Rupert Murdoch was testifying during Lord Justice Brian Leveson's inquiry into media ethics to answer questions about Murdoch's role in the phone hacking scandal at his now-defunct News of the World tabloid. (Associated Press)

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Brian and James edit their photographs of the Washington cherry blossoms with the help of staff member Craig Pardini in the computer lab at the Community Services for Autistic Adults and Children in Montgomery Village last week. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

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James, 35, enjoys his picture taking while on a field trip to see the cherry blossoms last week with Community Services for Autistic Adults and Children, based in Montgomery Village. The InFocus Project, which included staff member Dide Cimen, is a way for adults with autism to develop forms of self-expression and social skills while producing work that has been featured in art shows, given to donors and sold on an online store. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)