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Flavors: Kurus with Spoon Salad

My mother made kurus a lot for my brother and me because it was inexpensive, easy to prepare and, most importantly, delicious.

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Flavors: Kurus with Spoon Salad

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A Conversation with Saudi Filmmakers

Twelve short films. Five video installations. Three days. Seven Saudi filmakers give insight into their fastest emerging film industry.
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A Conversation with Saudi Filmmakers

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The Fragile Songs of the Sumatran Rhinos

“The more I know, the more I love about the Sumatran rhino,” says veterinarian Zulfi Arsan  about the smallest and oldest rhino species. With only a few dozen left in the wild, captive breeding may offer the rhinos their best—and perhaps only—hope. 

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The Fragile Songs of the Sumatran Rhinos

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Listening to the Land

Tuned to low-impact design, local materials and how people physically experience buildings, the Royal Academy for Conservation of Nature in northern Jordan rises from an abandoned limestone quarry to exemplify the ethic it teaches.
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Listening to the Land

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Kufiya Nouveau

Once a traditional Arab headdress of white cotton sewn with traditional patterns in black or red, the kufiya is being pulled by designers onto the streets and runways of global fashion.

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Kufiya Nouveau

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Somaliland’s Midwife

From the hospital that carries her name to the villages where she is affectionately greeted as Edo (Auntie), Edna Adan has helped Somaliland recover from a civil war and inspired a rising generation of women leaders in medicine, public service, environmental conservation and even the arts.
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Marseille’s Migrant Cuisine

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