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New York (USA), Sep 29 (EFE/EPA), (Camera: Justin Lane).- Thousands of primary school students in New York returned to classes on Tuesday after two delays in the opening of schools, and many will continue to do so throughout this week. New York is the only major school district to start face-to-face classes this month in the United States, something that has raised controversy among parents' associations, politicians and caused several logistical difficulties.FOOTAGE OF NEW YORK CITY'S BACK-TO-SCHOOL AND CITY MAYOR BILL DE BLASIO WELCOMING THE FIRST STUDENTS

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