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WASHINGTON, Jan 17 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - After the car makers left and the jobs dried up, Marijoyce Campbell recalls how abandoned homes took over her quaint neighborhood in the northern U.S. city of Flint, Michigan. "People started moving away," she told the Thomson Reuters Foundation by phone. "People just walked away from their homes, and the neighborhood started deteriorating with blighted, abandoned houses."
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