Hope and education in Kabul, Chinese history in Arkansas and peace in the Horn of Africa

September 11, 2018
Samaneh Nasiri, a student at the American University of Afghanistan in her dorm room. Nasiri survived an attack on the school in 2016.

Samaneh Nasiri, a student at the American University of Afghanistan, sits in her dorm room. Nasiri survived an attack on the school in 2016.

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Farzana Wahidy/PRI

We start with the latest from our series of stories from Afghanistan, where the American University in Kabul has become a symbol of hope for many young Afghans. But there are dangers for those studying there. Plus, we look at the history and tradition of authentic Chinese cuisine in Arkansas. And, is there finally peace in the Horn of Africa?

Hope and education in Kabul, Chinese history in Arkansas and peace in the Horn of Africa

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September 11, 2018

Music Heard on Air

The songs played between segments during this episode included:

Song: Hasret
Artist: Mehmet Polat
Label: Aftab records
Artist: Various Artists
Label: Jazz & Milk
Song: Slush Fund
Artist: Molly Tigre
Label: Very Special Recordings
Song: Dadaab
Artist: Free Radicals
Label: Free Rads

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