From left, Ajak Dau Akech, Kuol Awan, executive director of the AZ Lost Boys Center, and Diing Arok, all three Sudanese war orphans and part of the group known as the Lost Boys of Sudan, look through ... more 
From left, Ajak Dau Akech, Kuol Awan, executive director of the AZ Lost Boys Center, and Diing Arok, all three Sudanese war orphans and part of the group known as the Lost Boys of Sudan, look through dozens of envelopes to be mailed to Lost Boys around the world which hold actual refugee identification documents, thought lost for many years, at the AZ Lost Boys Center Saturday, Nov. 13, 2010, in Phoenix. For many of the Lost Boys, the recovered 13,000 documents are the only record of their childhood and families, and the only photographs taken of them as children. less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Ross D. Franklin
Tue, Nov 16, 2010 3:58 PM EST