45 teens get to study in the US for free

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  • Saturday, 23 Jan 2016

Bon voyage: Malaysian youths under the KL-Yes programme with Kagan (centre, front) during a farewell lunch held for them at the residence of US Embassy cultural attach Frank Whitaker in Ampang.

KUALA LUMPUR: The dollar has strengthened greatly against the ringgit, but that will not be a problem for 45 Malaysian students headed to the United States.

The students, who will be in the US for six months, have been chosen for the Kennedy Lugar–Youth Exchange Study (KL–Yes) programme this year.

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