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Scholarships in the Netherlands

There are literally dozens and dozens of scholarships available for international students to study in the Netherlands. There are scholarships for different education levels, for different study fields and for students from almost every country in the world! The Holland Scholarship for non-European students In 2015, the Dutch government introduced the Holland Scholarship ...

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Different mustn’t mean threatening

Regarding the recent letter from Linda Dorsey (“Experience belies fear of Muslims,” Jully 20), I, too, had a positive experience in Muslim countries, traveling in Afghanistan, Syria, Egypt, Tunisia and Turkey where I lived for nine years, 1969-1978. I felt safer there than in Los Angeles. I taught school for ...

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IncreFederal program brings North African, Middle Eastern students to Virginia Techdible West County home – inspired by a lifetime of travel – is like no other

 Teenage girls from seven different countries in North Africa and the Middle East are spending time in Blacksburg this month. Twenty-eight high school-age girls are in the middle of a three-week program at Virginia Tech. They’re learning about computer science and other technology topics. This is a part of an ...

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Artist celebrates Paris in Arabic calligraphy

An award-winning Franco-Tunisian artist has told Anadolu Agency that using Arabic language and culture in his work has helped him “reconnect” with his French identity. Thirty-five-year-old eL Seed — born to Tunisian parents in Paris — is the joint winner of the 2017 UNESCO-Sharjah Prize for Arab Culture. Blending Arabic ...

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