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Porsche training is prize for lucky few refugees

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Mr Ammar (in grey) has secured a three-year apprenticeship as a mechatronics technician, a job where "you can dismantle and reassemble the engine", he explains, his eyes gleaming with excitement.

Stuttgart

AMMAR Alkhouli "dreamed of owning a Porsche" when he lived in Syria, but he never imagined that he would one day get training from the German car giant to help build its luxury cars.

Aged just 19, Mr Ammar was one of 13 asylum seekers to be offered a place on a refugee