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Woman Loses Citizenship Over Genocide Case

A woman in the New Hampshire area has reportedly lost her U.S. citizenship case after being involved in a genocide case. According to reports, she was stripped of her citizenship after she was found guilty of lying on immigration forms about her role in central Africa's genocide. She allegedly didn't disclose some information about her role on U.S. visa applications.

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