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16 Nov 2019
Dutch boy genius, 9, to become the world's youngest university graduate
20 Mar 2019
Tanitoluwa Adewumi, was crowned chess champion for kindergarten through third grade days back in New York. The Nigerian boy fled to the US with his parents in 2018 went undefeated at the state tournament last weekend, outwitting children from elite private schools with private chess tutors.
14 Dec 2018
Afghan Messi fan: Boy who shot to fame forced to flee home.
7 Jun 2017
An 8-year-old girl and her team are fighting to be reinstated after being disqualified from a soccer tournament in Nebraska by officials who thought she was a boy.

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