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By Associated Press Saturday, October 14, 2006 - Updated: 09:23 AM EST E DITORs: Canada bureau chief Beth Duff-Brown traveled with Nobel Peace Prize winner Muhammad Yunus in 2004 to one of the villages in Bangladesh where “telephone ladies” were using one of his microcredit programs to turn their lives around. Walking alongside rice paddies and water buffalo on the outskirts of Dhaka with Bangladeshi economist Muhammad Yunus was like walking down the red carpet with a Hollywood movie ...