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My name is fouad originally from Morocco; I lived in London for more than 3 years between 1988 and 1992. I dated this high school girl who's first name is maybe Anna from Westbourne park area. She was a black female very light though. in that time I used to live in the international student house across from great Portland street underground station where she visited me few times. The last time I saw her she informed me that she didn't get her periods. As you know I was 22 and I got so scared and confused and on the other hand my visa was about to expire in 5 or 6 days I think. So I left the country and this nice girl behind me. So you might wonder why I just start looking for her after 18 years. First of all, I've been refused a visa to re-enter U.K, so I decided to travel around the World, got married and then moved to America. As soon as I got my US passport I start to think about this matter. Cause I will be able to enter UK. I really want to find her and see if my son has an olde

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