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Deaf Ukrainian refugees find shelter in Romania
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This Egyptian researcher has built a brainwave-controlled wheelchair
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The right to work: enabling people with disabilities to thrive in the job market
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President walks bullied girl with Down's syndrome to school
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People with disabilities can drive this car using just their hands
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