Students at the University of California at Berkeley have ended a 10-day hunger strike, The San Francisco Chronicle reported. The university did not agree to many of the students' demands related to campus protests and the new immigration law in Arizona, but officials condemned the law and agreed to study the campus code of conduct.
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