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Yet Wais, an ethnic Somali of Dutch nationality, was snapped up as a driver within three days of his arrival.
01 February 2004
The Maori artistic director and entrepreneur Te Rangi Huata found his vocation as a schoolboy, when he was invited to join an international show called Song of Asia.
01 February 2004
Pam McGibbon, then 46, was living in Scotland, where she and her husband ran a company organizing exhibitions.
01 December 2003
In New York Melinda Lackey and Carlos Monteagudo are charting a vision to create widespread economic well-being in this incredibly diverse, powerful and poverty-stricken city.
01 December 2003
Every summer Edinburgh becomes a mecca for artists from all over the world thanks to the Fringe and International arts festivals.
01 December 2003
Www.turning-point.ca is worth visiting. You will find vigorous, frank, constructive discussion between indigenous and non-indigenous Canadians.
01 October 2003
Nineteen-year-old Virgilio Tognato from Thiene in northern Italy has just published his first book: no mean achievement for someone who at the age of nine was thought to have an IQ of nil.
01 October 2003
Ahmed Hussen Egal arrived in Sweden from Somalia 16 years ago with only the clothes on his back.
01 October 2003
Over the last six years, the Asylum Seekers Centre in Melbourne, Australia, has distributed over A$250,000-worth of aid.
01 August 2003
Petty vandalism was on the rise in our village, Bradley in Yorkshire. Teenagers hanging out on the street by our one village shop were becoming an increasing concern. Milk bottles were smashed and letterboxes were rattled. Bikes played ‘I dare you to hit me’ with cars.
01 August 2003
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