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German charity helps refugees in Lebanon learn online

By DW
24 September 2018   |   5:59 am
According to the UN, Lebanon is hosting more than a million Syrian refugees. Many are young people who fled the war before finishing their education. The German charity Kiron hopes to help them by providing them with opportunities to learn online.

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