The Monitor_May 8_2013

If you are of European ancestry, a European stranger could be a not-too-distant relative, a new genetic study suggests. Indeed, all humans share a set of common ancestors who may not be as ancient as you might think.

Despite geographical distance and superficial differences in appearance, Europeans share the same set of ancestors who lived just 1,000 years ago.

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