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The bright future of the world: geniuses under 20 age

Global talent attracts BBC

Global models with honorable excellence not more than twenty years, these models are evidence that success is not accompanied by a specific age or any other conditions, success requires will and determination and vision only distant......

 Hanane lrabi saouli From Algeria,has excelled in the field of scientific research and innovation girl has a miraculous memory attracted the minds of many scientists and international institutions in the world.

At the age of 18, she was heading to Setif, Algeria. Her first invention, Safer ', was designed by mobile phone to help people know the place as quickly as possible. This was faced by her travel and technological advances and was selected by the World News Agency Thomson Reuters, the world's most famous science and technology think tank, after seeing its intervention at the Center as an international ethic of international relations between New York.

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