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Cover of 'The boy who never gave up' (Supplied)
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At the age of 16, refugee-turned-pulmonologist Emmanuel Taban fled from Sudan after he was abducted by government forces. He ended up in Eritrea where he was handed over to United Nations officials. In his memoirs, The Boy Who Never Gave Up, he explains why he said no to their help. 

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