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Nigerian students face deportation to Nigeria - Sept 12, 2013

Two foreign students, Victoria Ordu and Ihouma Amadi, from Nigeria worked at Wal-Mart for two weeks, quitting when they realized they had violated visa restrictions. Their supporters say the punishment doesn't fit the crime.

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