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 A group of five Syrian refugee teenagers have won the biggest annual robotics competition in the world, which was held in Dubai this time.

Guyana won the Albert Einstein gold medal for excellence at the competition. Tunisia came in second and Germany third.

Yemen ranked fourth in among Arab states and 21 among 190 world countries in a robot-building competition held in Dubai.
 
Yemen's representatives in the contest are (students) from Salem bin Mahfoodh School and the Talented Academy based in Sayoon in Yemen's eastern province of Hadhramout.

The FIRST Global Challenge 2019 in Dubai, the third edition of the annual international robotics competition, kicked off at Festival Arena on Thursday, 24 October, concluded on Sunday 27 October, with the participation of more than 1,500 contestants from 191 countries. This year, the focus was on preserving oceans and tackling marine pollution. It’s the first time the competition was held outside the Americas.