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'Kids should be in school': Student protest-goers cop criticism from politicians

SBS Thursday, 14 March 2019
Thousands of Australian school students will miss school on Friday in strikes calling for more action on climate change - but a senior government minister has warned about adult activists "using and abusing" kids.
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News video: Kind-hearted kid breaks down after classmates surprise him with a gift

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A high school student outside Nashville, Tennessee, broke down in tears after his classmates surprised him with a new pair of shoes and clothes. Azrael Robinson, who had been bullied at his last school, is known at La Vergne High for his kindness.

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