Week 12 Recap | Jags driving time | Jags News – Oakland News Now

Oakland News Now – Week 12 Recap | Jags driving time – video made by the YouTube channel with the logo in the upper left corner of the video. OaklandNewsNow.com is the original blog post for this type of video blog content. Join Brian Sexton, Ashlyn Sullivan and John Oehser …

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Michelle Zauner names 1 way she can distinguish “real” Japanese breakfast fans from casual listeners

Michelle Zauner is a New York Times bestselling author, Grammy nominated musician and proud Korean-American. Here is what this artist said about the meaning of the band name “Japanese Breakfast” and how she can quickly identify her “real” fans. Michelle Zauner from Japanese Breakfast reads from her book on The …

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RSS is not a military organization, it is a group with a family atmosphere: Bhagwat

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) leader Mohan Bhagwat said on Sunday that the Sangh was not a military organization, but a group with a family atmosphere. Sangh is not a fully Indian music school. Martial arts programs are held there, but Sangh is neither an Indian gymnasium nor a martial arts …

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SECU Foundation awards scholarships | News from Mount Airy

November 19, 2021 Almost five years ago, on January 5, 2017, Myra and Nathan Edwards’ lives changed forever. Their son, Bentley, was born, a bouncy little boy. At least that’s what they thought. Two days later, as the young couple prepared to leave the hospital and bring their son home, …

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Alabama Man Crafts $ 750 custom hats | Alabama News

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama (AP) – Reginald Corbitt has a big head. Literally. A size eight skull. If we are talking about small-medium-large increments, this is an extra-large double. Growing up in Huntsville, Corbitt struggled to find many hats in his size. Even so, the hats became a signature for him. As …

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10 things you didn’t know about the Animal Crossing anime

Many fans are aware of the Animal crossing video game franchise, especially thanks to its soaring popularity when New Horizons was released in 2020. However, very few know that an anime adaptation of Animal crossing Already exists. RELATED: 5 Video Game Cities That Would Be Nice To Live In (& …

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American Musical Titan Stephen Sondheim Dies Aged 91

The period of Mr. Sondheim’s greatest work began when Harold Prince became his director. They were old friends, having been introduced by Mrs. Rodgers in the late 1940s or early 1950s, and Mr. Prince had been the producer of “West Side Story”. He had also proven himself as a director, …

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Lahore becomes the most polluted city in the world | RT News – Oakland News Now

Oakland News Now – Lahore becomes the MOST polluted city in the world – video made by the YouTube channel with the logo in the upper left corner of the video. OaklandNewsNow.com is the original blog post for this type of video blog content. A breathtaking achievement, especially for the …

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70 greatest musical documentaries of all time

Movies have always loved giving actors the chance to play the role of a rock star or emulate an iconic musician / singer, recreating those famous “Eureka!” studio moments and hit shows for a number of musical biopics. When it comes to historical musical moments, however, there’s nothing quite like …

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Who is Arooj Aftab? Pakistani singer lands Grammy nomination for Best New Artist

Pakistani singer Arooj Aftab, whose Sufi-influenced jazz sounds were on former US President Barack Obama’s summer playlist earlier this year, was nominated for Best New Artist category for the 2022 Grammy Awards . The highest accolades in the music industry will be presented at a ceremony in Los Angeles on …

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Grammys 2022: reactions from Lil Nas X, Lady Gaga, Batiste

Lil Nas X is “grateful”, Saweetie is “speechless,” Jon Batiste is “grateful” and Lady Gaga is “stunned” after receiving several Grammy nominations on Tuesday morning. A number of recently nominated Grammy nominees have taken to social media to celebrate their accomplishments and congratulate their competitors. Jazz musician Batiste leads the …

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Salmon Arm School’s ‘Innovative’ Music Video Gets Love From Indie Rocker Hawksley Workman – Salmon Arm Observer

Hillcrest Elementary Grade 5 students have won over a fan in award-winning Canadian indie rock Hawksley Workman. On Friday, November 19, the school’s video entry to this year’s CBC Music Class Challenge was released on YouTube. It features the school’s 5th grade students performing Workman’s song, Safe and Sound, from …

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Dak Prescott’s Emphasis on Mental Health Awareness Is Caring For Others As Well As For Themselves – The Undefeated

FRISCO, Texas – The producer leaned forward in the chair, aware of Dak Prescott’s busy schedule and the 90 minutes he had allotted to the project. “What are you doing hard?” ” she asked. “I know we have a time limit. “When we’re done,” said the Dallas Cowboys quarterback calmly. …

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Death of Punjabi folk singer Gurmeet Bawa – lambi hek di mallika –

Famous Punjabi folk singer Gurmeet Bawa, known as “lambi hek di Mallika”, died in a hospital in Amritsar on Sunday. She was 77 years old. She was rushed to hospital on Saturday after complaining of weakness, her husband Kirpal Bawa, also a folk singer, said. “She felt weak and tired. …

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Malibu Seen: Ginny Mancini: an appreciation | Malibu life

Some 20 years after winning the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay for “Good Will Hunting”, Matt Damon and Ben Affleck have reunited for a new drama called “The Last Duel”. Matt Damon and Affleck are well known names in Hollywood, but there is a large circle of philanthropists, artists and …

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Emma of the Wiggles reveals why she’s leaving the group, Tsehay opens up about her new role, and more

The Wiggles are beloved by fans around the world, and they’re showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon. Sadly, a beloved cast member is stepping down, however, as Yellow Wiggle Emma Watkins recently revealed that she will be pursuing other things and no longer be the group’s Yellow Wiggle …

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“They changed my life forever”

The talented musician and author Nikki sixx said in an interview with Aquarius that his group Motley Crue and members, Tommy lee, Vince Neil, and Mick mars, changed his life forever. Nikki sixx has appeared in the rock and roll community for over four decades. Over the years, he has …

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Union candidates launch offers for Easter term

Tara Bhagat (left) said she wanted to make the Union carbon neutral, and Leti Ryder (right) proposed an annual accessibility committeeTara Bhagat / Leti Ryder It was an evening of broken microphones, quick speeches and cutting questions as Union candidates launched their applications for the Easter term on Thursday (11/18) …

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Titles of BR Deodhar, who lent his name to an important crossroads in Mumbai

The lack of uniformity in the style of plaques and signs indicating street names in Mumbai puzzles me. Does the stature of the person whose street is named play a role in determining the style, or is it the power of family, supporters and local politicians that guides such decisions? …

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The global legal cannabis market is expected to grow by $ 34.91 billion during the period 2021-2025, growing at a CAGR of over 21% during the forecast period.

Global Legal Cannabis Market 2021-2025 Analyst is monitoring the legal cannabis market and it is poised to grow by $ 34.91 billion in 2021-2025, growing at a CAGR of over 21% over the past year. forecast period. New York, November 19, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Reportlinker.com announces the publication of …

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Regional designers take the opportunity to shine at Arab Fashion Week

DUBAI: There has long been a strong cultural link between Latin America and the Arab world. Hundreds of thousands of people from the Levant have emigrated to Latin America over the past 150 years. It’s no wonder then that when Lebanese host Louaye Moulayess started working on “Encanto”, Disney’s latest …

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Afghanistan’s only music school finishes leaving Kabul for fear of Taliban crackdown

The last two of more than 270 students, teachers and staff at Afghanistan’s only music school have left the country following the Taliban takeover, the institution’s founder said on Thursday. “It was extremely moving,” said Ahmad Sarmast, founder and director of the Afghan National Institute of Music, of the students …

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J-Pop superstar reveals vintage collection of jeans, suits and boots

There are, it seems, some perks to being a successful J-Pop performer and actor. Shocking, law? Well, while the fact that the pole Akira inhabits comes with a few comforts doesn’t leave you confused, her vintage collection will. The Japanese musician and actor – née Ryōhei Kurosawa – has some …

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Piano teacher Carmella (Pisano) Aspri dies at 101

Tuesday, November 16, 2021 Urquhart-Murphy Funeral Home Enlarge + Carmella (Pisano) Aspri, 101, passed away peacefully on Monday, November 15, 2021 at the Hope Health Hulitar Hospice Center. Born in Barre, Vermont, and raised in Providence, she was the daughter of the late Fiore and Angelina (Barbato) Pisano. She was …

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Paul McCartney says Beatles’ new doctor changed the way he thinks about Split

In recent times, Paul McCartney has been making the press left and right not only to promote his new book, The lyrics: from 1956 to the present day, but also promote the new Beatles documentary The Beatles: Come back. The documentary, directed by Oscar winner Peter Jackson, will premiere on …

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Warm night in the old town

Jazz singer and violinist George Washingmachine… at “The B” at The Q on December 3rd. HELEN MUSA This week’s “Arts in the City” column tops some “Hot” news from Queanbeyan. THE Q, in Queanbeyan, will switch to summer with “Summertime: a Hot Night of Gershwin Favorites” which will be performed …

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Kathrine Windfeld (Ronnie Scott’s, November 15, 2021 EFG LJF) – News, reviews, reports and commentary from the London jazz scene and beyond

Danish pianist, composer and arranger Kathrine Windfeld is a rising star of European jazz. In January 2020, she won the Europe edition of the “LetterOne ‘RISING STARS’ Jazz Award”. This award involves a tour of several major festivals in Europe. This will take her and her band to Ronnie Scott’s …

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‘Tiny Beautiful Things’ continues in T2

November 7 (Sunday) Woodcarvers of NWA Show & Sale – 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Frisco Station Mall in Rogers (use the entrance near the Hobby Lobby). Free entry; art will be for sale. Email Scott Boyle at [email protected] Arkansas Fall Mushrooms – With master mycologist Jay Justice, 10 a.m. …

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“I have a key role at certain points in the show”

In a new interview with Guitar world, old Red hot peppers guitarist Josh klinghoffer discussed his relationship with his former band and revealed what it’s like to tour with Pearl Jam. Josh klinghoffer is an American guitarist who rose to prominence as the guitarist of the rock band Red hot …

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PCFMC Piano / Organ Program November 14

The Ponca City Federated Music Club will present a Piano / Organ program in the First United Methodist Church Shrine, 6th and Central on Sunday, November 14 at 2 p.m. The public is cordially invited to attend this free program. This program is a continuation of the celebration of the …

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🌱 Heritage Day + Officer hit by a car + Volunteering

Hello, neighbors! Debora Whitehead here with the latest copy from Port Jefferson Daily. First of all, the weather forecast for the day: A little sun, then clouds. Top: 51, bottom: 43. Here are the best stories in Port Jefferson today: Fall Heritage Festival: Bring your family through revolutionary times! The …

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Where to find the best teachers

Music is an incredible power that connects people, and some of us are not happy just being on the “receiving” side. And Washington, DC is the perfect city for listening and playing music. Whether you are a beginner or advanced, taking lessons from a professional musician would certainly broaden your …

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Today in history – Le Journal

Today in history Today is Friday, November 12, the 316th day of 2021. There are 49 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in history: On November 12, 1942, the naval battle of Guadalcanal began during World War II. (The Allies ended up winning a major victory over the Japanese …

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Artpark sees its attendance increase by nearly 500%

October 31 — Artpark & ​​Company’s Board of Directors announced the election of new officers and directors at the organization’s annual meeting held at the Park Country Club on October 13. Re-elected officers include: Joanne Bauer of Employer Services Corporation as President, Christopher Leardini as Vice President, Vincent Agnello of …

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Artpark sees its attendance increase by almost 500% | Night and day

Artpark & ​​Company’s Board of Directors announced the election of new officers and directors at the organization’s annual meeting held at the Park Country Club on October 13. Re-elected officers include: Joanne Bauer of Employer Services Corporation as President, Christopher Leardini as Vice President, Vincent Agnello of Niagara University as …

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Today in history | Comment

Today is Wednesday, October 27, the 300th day of 2021. There are 65 days left in the year. The highlight of today’s history: On October 27, 1978, Egyptian President Anwar Sadat and Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin (men-AH’-kem BAY’-gihn) were named Nobel Peace Prize laureates for their progress towards reaching …

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Swing Cats Lead Roaring 2021 Fall Stomp

Former Melinda Martin and an ACU alumnus dance the Lindy. (Photo by Shelly Womack) 24 October 2021 by Katie Shaw leave a comment The ACU Swing Cats held their 11th annual Fall Stomp on October 8th. The event included a swing dance lesson, an open dance floor, and WWII-era jazz …

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Dream Theater’s James Labrie to release new solo album, ‘Beautiful Shade Of Gray’, in May

DREAM THEATER singer James labrie friends “Beautiful Shade Of Gray” as the title of his new solo album, due May 20, 2022 via InsideOut Music. Unlike previous LPs “Elements of persuasion” (2005), “Static impulse” (2010) and “Impermanent resonance” (2013), which were written and recorded in collaboration with LaBriesongwriting partner for …

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Joey Jordison’s band member Sinsaenum says this is not his “place” to reveal drummer’s cause of death: “It’s just very sad”

Two months ago, Joey jordison‘s SINSAENUM group mate Frédéric Leclercq spoke to the Metal Chain Impact about the death of the foundation NOOSE drummer. In the chat, which has just been uploaded to Youtube, he was asked if he knew what caused Joeythe death, Leclercq said (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET): …

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On this History Day – October 22 – Almanac

President Barack Obama signs the National Defense Authorization Act for 2010 in the East Room of the White House in Washington on October 28, 2009. The bill included the Matthew Shepard Hate Crimes Prevention Act which expands the United States federal law of 1969 on hate crimes by expanding its …

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Music school turned to zoom to survive pandemic

Danvers, MA – Coming from Berklee College of Music, Darren Muise was trained in music education in the early 1990s. After landing his first teaching contract at a local music store, Muise began to consider to open his own school. That was in 1995. The Music Connection has never stopped …

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Community calendar: October 2021 | View of Potrero

Lion, Dragon, Domo and Serpent. Oil on canvas. Check out Carolyn Crampton at Shipyard Open Studios this month. Photo: Courtesy of Carolyn Crampton 10/2 SaturdayArt: Don Soker’s 50th Anniversary Contemporary Art ReceptionDon Soker Contemporary Art was founded in 1971 by Don and Carol Kaseman Soker as an upstairs gallery in …

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Local businesses honored at RJ’s Readers’ Choice Awards

Hundreds of local businesses were recognized during the Record-JournalReaders’ Choice Awards ceremony Thursday, October 14. “We all know that local businesses are the lifeblood of our economy and for our readers this program allows them to learn about their local businesses that we can count on for trusted products and …

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10 spooky ways to get out of Halloweekend

Our second Halloween pandemic is fast approaching, and this year there is some optimism: Dr Anthony Fauci recently told CNN that the Halloween celebrations this year are over if you’re vaccinated and young children can enjoy treats outdoors. More good news: DC has seen a drop in COVID-19 cases over …

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A Noblesville High School graduate returns home to take on a new position as Executive Director of Noblesville Main Street • Current Publishing

Kate Baker was born and raised in Noblesville. She calls the community of Noblesville her rock. So it seems fitting that the 41-year-old resident is the new general manager of Noblesville Main Street. According to its website, Noblesville Main Street is a nonprofit working to enrich the culture and community …

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A cornucopia of events | Ohio Wesleyan University

A cornucopia of events Ohio Wesleyan University announces public events for November 2021 By Cole Hatcher DELAWARE, Ohio – Ohio Wesleyan University today announced its public events lineup for November 2021. Admission is free unless otherwise noted. All college guests should wear face covers indoors, regardless of their COVID-19 vaccination …

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🌱 Teacher under FBI investigation + Ertz traded eagles

Happy Saturday, people of Philadelphia! Here’s everything you need to know today. First of all, the weather forecast for the day: Showers and more violent thunderstorm. High: 82 Low: 52. Here are the best stories in Philadelphia today: A Philadelphia cream private school teacher is subject to a FBI investigation …

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New Group of Natural Science Professors Bring Cutting-Edge Scientific Research and Education to USC Dornsife> News> USC Dornsife

Professors who arrived during the pandemic are studying cell function, genetics and symplectic geometry, among other topics. [4 min read] The faculties of natural sciences from all departments have welcomed new members who have arrived at USC Dornsife during the pandemic lockdown. (Composite: Dennis Lan.) A new group of natural …

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Nick Rhodes reflects on changing band’s fan base, ‘Under the Volcano’ document and new album ‘Future Past’

This year marks the 40th anniversary of Duran Duran’s eponymous debut release, with the iconic band also releasing their 15th studio album, “Future Past,” on October 22. The aptly titled collection refers to the signature sounds of Duran Duran, unveiled by current producer Erol Alkan. Italian disco and EDM composer …

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a distorted residence of airs that travel in time

It’s not everyday that you see a band performing in the middle of a mysterious Victorian house filled with tears in time. In the Meow Wolf art installation in Santa Fe, New Mexico, chimneys lead to hidden aquariums and fridges act as interdimensional time travel portals – with the fictional …

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today in history | national news

Today in history Today is Monday, October 11, the 284th day of 2021. There are 81 days left in the year. The highlight of today’s history: On October 11, 1968, Apollo 7, the first manned Apollo mission, was launched with astronauts Wally Schirra (shih-RAH ‘), Donn Fulton Eisele and R. …

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Big pumpkins and cool books

Tim Van Schmidt It was a perfect evening at Gardens on Spring Creek. At least perfect for a music fan. The event was a rare appearance in the region of legendary jazzman Herbie Hancock, closing the 2021 live music season at The Gardens in style. Hancock has shown great creative …

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A stalker broke into Willow Smith’s house

Willow Smith recently opened up about her stalker and the incident that first made her fear for her safety. Through PAPER magazine, in the Wednesday October 6 episode of Red table talk, Willow spoke about the terrifying crime to her mother, Jada Pinkett-Smith, and her grandmother, Adrienne Banfield-Norris. “In December, …

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‘Jurassic Quest’ returns for ‘dinomite’ weekend

Entertainment options in Arkansas this weekend: AMUSING “Jurassic Quest” More than 100 “photorealistic” dinosaurs consist of “Jurassic Quest”, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday to Saturday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday at the Statehouse Convention Center on Markham Street and Main Street in Little Rock. The show includes dinosaur-themed …

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Cimafunk’s quest to create a nation under one groove

A few months ago at a recording studio in Tallahassee, Florida, Cuban singer and songwriter Cimafunk was engaged in a climactic meeting of minds with Parliament-Funkadelic leader George Clinton when they stumbled upon a fascinating connection between African American and African American. Cuban music. Cimafunk, born Erik Iglesias Rodríguez, played …

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Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month at Yale

In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15-October 15), also known as Latinx Heritage Month, organizations around Yale and New Haven are hosting a variety of events to celebrate communities and cultures. Latinx. Below you’ll find an exciting range of activities, from visiting museums to dancing and tasting cocktails. Friday …

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Over 100 Afghans from music school fled the country

BEIRUT (AP) – More than 100 Afghan National Institute of Music students, alumni and faculty members have left Kabul for Portugal, where the government has agreed to grant them asylum, the Afghan National Institute said on Monday. director of the institute. They were on a flight carrying 235 people from …

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Afghan music school students fly to Portugal

BEIRUT (AP) – More than 100 Afghan National Institute of Music students, alumni and faculty members have left Kabul for Portugal, where the government has agreed to grant them asylum, the Afghan National Institute said on Monday. director of the institute. They were on a flight carrying 235 people from …

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Afghan music school students flew to Portugal | World

BEIRUT (AP) – More than 100 Afghan National Institute of Music students, alumni and faculty members have left Kabul for Portugal, where the government has agreed to grant them asylum, the Afghan National Institute said on Monday. director of the institute. They were on a flight carrying 235 people from …

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