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South Sudanese Teens Create Ocean-Cleaning Robot

The world's waters are under threat from incessant pollution of huge magnitude and the times call for better, innovative solutions to reduce the pollution. A team from South Sudan came up with an ocean-cleaning robot to this end.

South Sudanese Teens Create Ocean-Cleaning Robot

A team from South Sudan developed an ocean-cleaning robot.

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