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REVIEW: How the Light Gets in by Jolina Petersheim

Everyone deals with grief in their own way.  Ruth, who long felt abandoned by her now-deceased husband, has bouts of relief and sadness.  She also have 2 girls to raise.  133 more words

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July 19th, 2019 - #8 The Confluence of Culture

In the midst of reading Tamim Ansary’s “Games Without Rules: The Often-Interrupted History of Afghanistan”, I was immediately struck by this passage in the opening chapter: 433 more words

Syrian War Daily – 19th of July 2019

Hello and welcome to the 855th installment of the SWD.

Military events/news are listed below by the governorates: 304 more words

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A very nice try

Dushanbe, 19.06.2019

One of the memories of Eurasia2013 I have been thinking about most in the past years had been the Pamir highway. Six years ago I had passed one of the highest roads in the world, staring from Osh, straight up to the Ak Baital pass at 4.655m and returning through the… 1,186 more words


Afghanistan: Several Killed, Scores Wounded in Blast Outside Kabul University


Several Killed, Scores Wounded in Blast Outside Kabul University

Friday, 19 July, 2019 – 11:30… 289 more words


A Thousand Splendid Suns

Khaled Hosseini is a popular author whose books are used often for required reading in schools. One of my goals this summer is to read some of these required books that I avoided by being homeschooled. 309 more words

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