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Morocco Students Plead to Go Back to School… in China

File image of Moroccan students in Wuhan, China. Image via Hespress.

Around a thousand Moroccan university students who started their studies in China but haven’t been able to return since the beginning of the pandemic are pleading with the Chinese government to let them back into the country.

China’s borders have been closed for much of the past two years, making it impossible for thousands of students across Africa, like the ones in Morocco, to go back and forcing them to take their classes remotely, which is not ideal.

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