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A Women-Only Village in Northern Syria is Home to Needy Families

A new village has been built specifically for women in northern Syria’s Rojava region. The name of the village is Jinwar, which means a place for women in Kurdish. It has 30 identical houses, each of which is made from red clay. VOA’s Zana Omer visited the village and filed this report, narrated by Bezhan Hamdard (VOA)

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Delhi’s Restrictions Turn Srinagar Into Ghost City

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Posted on: Monday, August 19, 2019 | By: crimeandmoreworld - Copy Editing Desk

Indian Classical Music

A People in America profile of Ranee Ramaswamy who founded the Ragamala Dance Company in Minneapolis. She talks to us about Bharatanatyam, a popular South Indian dance and reflects on how this art form has kept her centered and balanced, both literally and figuratively.

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Sudanese Celebrate Signing of Political Agreement After Months of Protests

Sudan’s Transitional Military Council and opposition parties formally signed a political agreement this weekend after months of protests. Though many protesters are wary of the compromises made in the deal, the signing was marked by celebrations across the capital

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Afghan Pak News

Afghanistan marked it’s 100th Independence Day, but the celebrations were muted by the latest wave of insurgent violence….Opposition party leaders have gathered in Pakistan’s capital, Islamabad, to discuss their response to a decision by the Indian government to suspend autonomy for Indian-controlled Kashmir

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