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Clip from Behind the News  |  ABC1  |  September 3, 2013
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Behind The News visits Arthur Phillip High School to meet students from Afghanistan and Sierra Leone and learn about how the school is making their transition easier.

Behind The News visits Arthur Phillip High School to meet students from Afghanistan and Sierra Leone and learn about how the school is making their transition easier.

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