Ahmed Mohamed (R), a 14-year-old high school student who was arrested after he brought a homemade clock to his Irving, Texas high school to show his teachers and was later accused of having a "hoax bomb", stands with his father Mohamed Elhassan Mohamed (L) before a press conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, October 20, 2015. Ahmed’s detention played into national debates about Islam, immigration and ethnicity. Ahmed visited the White House Monday evening following a personal invitation from President Barack Obama. Ahmed, 14, attended the White House's Astronomy Night, along with other students, teachers, scientists and astronauts. AFP PHOTO/JIM WATSON 
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Ahmed Mohamed, un adolescent alors âgé de 14 ans, avait été arrêté l'an dernier pour avoir apporté dans son collège d'Irving, au Texas, une horloge qui "ressemblait" à une bombe. Sa famille vit désormais au Qatar, où il fréquente un établissement privé.

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    Une bourde de l'établissent ou une provocation en période d'attentat qui pourrait lui rapporter un joli paquet de dollars ?

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