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Communities: Armenians in Egypt recount rich history

At a time when the citizenship of a candidate’s mother disqualifies him from the presidency, it is nearly impossible to...

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Play teaches tolerance toward, and advocacy for the disabled

Tonight, 29 March, at 7:30pm is the final showing of “Listen up! Theatre for political and social rights for people...

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Out with the old: Fighting for history in Yerevan

Deserted Soviet factories and trilingual fruit vendors dotted the road leaving Georgia for Armenia. Cliff-hugging routes overlooking dramatic gorges and...

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Women of Egypt: Dina Abouelsoud

To enter Dina’s Hostel is to enter a space of calm, cleanliness and unobtrusive hospitality. Mohamed, one of Dina’s loyal...

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Tbilisi: A Georgian wonderland

Cheerful border officials, translucent police stations, and requisite vodka shots were our introduction to Georgia — an emergent Eastern European...

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Eastern Anatolia: Where past meets present

A backwater border town, Kars is far off the grid of Turkish tourism. But the setting of Orhan Pamuk’s novel...

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