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      Saroo Brierley, Indian Orphan, Uses Google Earth to Find His Family - The Snitch

    • Heather Josephine

      lost boy uses google earth to find his way home after 25 years

    • Sharon Brown

      From The Mercury: Separated from his family as a young boy 25 years ago, a man uses images on Google Earth to find his way home.

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