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Refugee kids are coding bright, safe futures in Germany - CNET

With the help of Chromebooks donated by Google and a dedicated mentor, refugee children in Berlin are embracing all the possibilities of tech.
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With the help of Chromebooks donated by Google and a dedicated mentor, refugee children in Berlin are embracing all the possibilities of tech.

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