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Submitted by metsgaming 815d ago | news

New rage keeps Somali boys off street: video games

MOGADISHU, Somalia (AP) — Inside a hot, cramped room in the Somali capital, 10 sweating children sat on wooden desks, not unlike those found in schools. These boys, though, were not in class. They were staring at a small TV and tightly gripping video-game controllers. (Culture)

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