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This girls robotics team from Afghanistan was denied visas for a U.S. competition

A robotics competition team of Afghan girls won't be able to watch their creation compete in person. They were recently denied one-week visas to the United States to come to Washington, D.C., for the First Global Challenge, a new robotics competition that focuses on providing clean water. SEE ALSO: U.S. visa applicants may have to hand over their social media handles The team twice traveled the roughly 500-mile distance to the U.
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