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Refugee Girls Choir Touches Hearts of Those Who Hear Their Songs

The power of song can heal the hearts and bring people together. A girls’ chorus named Pihcintu sings to do just that. Most members are from war-torn countries and refugee camps around the world. Together they sing as one and spread message of hope~VOA NEWS

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