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Education ministers from the Group of Seven industrialized countries agreed Sunday to work together to address global issues including refugee problems and widening income inequalities as they wrapped up a two-day meeting in Okayama Prefecture.

Representatives from Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the United States and the European Union agreed to cooperate in providing quality education to children of refugees and immigrants at a time when European countries are seeing a huge influx of people displaced by the war in Syria.

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