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Mexican teacher delivers donated TV sets to students

By DW
20 September 2020   |   2:14 pm
A Mexican teacher collects and delivers donated televisions to students in need in the city of Veracruz, so they can follow the lessons broadcast over television and radio, as schools remain closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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