KOBE (Kyodo) Two Ugandans whose parents died from complications related to AIDS passed an entrance exam for foreign students Thursday at Kwansei Gakuin University in Nishinomiya, Hyogo Prefecture.

When they found their numbers displayed on a board at the university, Ssegujja Julius, 21, who lost both his parents, and Nabanoba Irene, 20, who lost her father, burst into tears and started dancing to express their joy.

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