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Special projects help refugee children adapt to life in Germany

Germany has been the world’s biggest recipient of people claiming asylum this year. For the first half of 2015, it accepted 159,000 people, close to the total for all of 2014. So far, there are about 300,000 refugee children living in the country. The German government is helping these children to adapt to their new “home” through some experimental projects. Watch the video for more.

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