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Fight for Wars and Diseases, Top Smartphones | Life



On November 1, 2018 was shot on November 29, 2018. Photographer taken on November 8, 2018, was taken on November 29, 2018. Finish Inna Salmonen, 27th of November, 2018, Uganda's appraisal Morris Atvan 25 photos, and photo taken on social media on November 8, 2018. Swadeshi Mohamed Abdelkadar, 29, is in a shop in Al Noubiyah, Beirira Governorate, California. - AFP image
On November 1, 2018 was shot on November 29, 2018. Photographer taken on November 8, 2018, was taken on November 29, 2018. Finish Inna Salmonen, 27th of November, 2018, Uganda's appraisal Morris Atvan 25 photos, and photo taken on social media on November 8, 2018. Swadeshi Mohamed Abdelkadar, 29, is in a shop in Al Noubiyah, Beirira Governorate, California. – AFP image

With tensions in Syria, the smartphones have changed for more than a decade, even if they have been diagnosed with fatal illness in the Kenyan school bag,

This year, the number of users has reached 3 billion, and AFP photographers have examined how AFP photographers can live by checking the living standards of people around the world.

Moise Atine, 25. Ugandan Entrepreneur Developed a Mobile Application to Help Malaria Infection. Everywhere, murder and blood samples around the world have been transitioned within seconds.

21-year-old Q Sao calls her smartphone "lover." Baig is based on a blue studio that employs songs, dance motion and observations about daily life for the 600,000 followers on the channel.

Far from being seriously serious, Mohammad Hamulu is a member of the "White Helmets" group, trying to help the wounded in rebel factions in Syria.

The smartphone of Hamur's volunteer helps the bomb squads help, and where the need is needed, the poor wife knows the security.

The survey of forests in Finland works in very quiet conditions, but knows that a smartphone is a worker if lost in a remote area.

The 27-year-old Surveyor expert said that there was only a "slim memory" to retain life before smartphones.

13-year old √Čldilla Subir has no such memories. Using a smartphone for a Kenyan student is certainly interesting, but it will help.

# 39; s Annex & # 39; s an interactive educational application with 3 million users worldwide. A corner corner of Africa shifts to a global network. – AFP


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