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In a photo from Feb. 12, 2015, Alison Norris, 26, waits for a public bus in Detroit. Norris catches at least two buses during a 2-hour, one-way commute from Detroit to her restaurant hostess job in the city’s northern suburbs. She is among many Detroit residents without cars who often must travel long distances for low-paying positions in customer service or sales far outside the central city. Norris says there are too few jobs in the city. The city’s unemployment rate has been estimated at more than 18 percent. (AP Photo/Corey Williams)
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A police officer tries to control the confrontation between activists demonstrating against mainland Chinese shoppers and local villagers at a suburban district of Yuen Long in Hong Kong, Sunday, March 1, 2015. Hong Kong police have used pepper spray to break up scuffles between protesters demonstrating against mainland Chinese shoppers and villagers from a border town. Sunday's unruly demonstration was the latest to target the influx of mainland shoppers to Hong Kong, where many blame their voracious buying habits for distorting the local economy. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)
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In this photo taken Friday, Feb. 13, 2015, a painting made by children born in captivity to mothers who had been abducted by the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) showing scenes from their time in captivity, sits as a sole reminder in the secondary school that has replaced the Rachele Rehabilitation Centre for such children, in Lira, Uganda. Eleven years after the LRA attacked Barlonyo, the International Criminal Court in The Hague is preparing to try senior LRA commander Dominic Ongwen for war crimes and crimes against humanity and while Ugandan military officials and survivors say he helped direct the attack on the camp in Barlonyo, some survivors of the Feb. 21, 2004, attack say Ongwen should not be tried by the ICC. (AP Photo/Rebecca Vassie)
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In a photo from Feb. 12, 2015, Alison Norris, 26, waits for a public bus in Detroit. Norris catches at least two buses during a 2-hour, one-way commute from Detroit to her restaurant hostess job in the city’s northern suburbs. She is among many Detroit residents without cars who often must travel long distances for low-paying positions in customer service or sales far outside the central city. Norris says there are too few jobs in the city. The city’s unemployment rate has been estimated at more than 18 percent. (AP Photo/Corey Williams)
A police officer tries to control the confrontation between activists demonstrating against mainland Chinese shoppers and local villagers at a suburban district of Yuen Long in Hong Kong, Sunday, March 1, 2015. Hong Kong police have used pepper spray to break up scuffles between protesters demonstrating against mainland Chinese shoppers and villagers from a border town. Sunday's unruly demonstration was the latest to target the influx of mainland shoppers to Hong Kong, where many blame their voracious buying habits for distorting the local economy. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)
FILE - In this Jan. 29, 2015 file photo, a pediatrician uses a syringe to vaccinate a 1-year-old with the measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine in Northridge, Calif. A national survey of doctors in 2012 suggests that parents have increasingly pressured doctors to delay vaccines for young children, making their kids and others vulnerable to preventable diseases. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes, File)

Futuristic building shakes up Hong Kong design

CNN's John Defterios visits the only Zaha Hadid building in Hong Kong - a new campus for the city's Polytechnic School of Design.

Futuristic building shakes up Hong Kong design
 
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