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    Mission, South Dakota (AP)

    About 100 people attended a two-day summit in Mission on the high number of suicides on the Rosebud Indian Reservation.

    At least six people from the reservation have taken their lives this year and more than 200 have talked about it, made plans to do it or tried.

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