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The sugary pop songs of South Korean groups BTS, EXO and BlackPink might be sung in Korean but it has not stopped Palestinian refugee teenager Tasnim from being an avid fan from her home in war-torn Syria. To Tasnim's surprise, it is a love shared by students at London's Connaught School for Girls with whom her school in Damascus holds Skype calls as part of a project to connect refugee students in the Middle East with European and U.S. pupils.More than half a million Palestinian refugee students attend 700 UNRWA schools across Gaza, the occupied West Bank, Syria, Lebanon and Jordan, the aid agency says.
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