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Afghanistan Girls Robotics Team Denied US Visa

An all-girls robotics team from Afghanistan has been denied US visas to participate in an international robotics competition happening in Washington DC in mid-July. The team will now watch via Skype as their robot competes against creations from over 100 other nations. "I wanted this to happen badly, I really did," said First Global President Joe Sestak, a former Navy admiral and former member of Congress.
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