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A tradition which goes back hundreds of years, eagle hunting is a dying practice of Kyrgyz life.
Lawrence Mitchell investigates one of the country’s strangest encounters.
Revolutionary and intellectual, Rosie Whitehouse tells the story of Giuseppe Mazzini.
April 2018 saw Mswati III announce that Swaziland – the name given to the country by the British – would be no more. Author Sophie Ibbotson was in the newly renamed eSwatini for the celebrations.
Our authors discuss the last remaining speakers of the ancient Sogdian language.
The Roots Tour to Juffureh and environs remains one of the most popular excursions from the resorts that line the coast south of Banjul thanks to Aley Haley’s Roots.
With a fearsome reputation and spellbinding show, the special powers of the Shenge will leave you mesmerised.
The only thing that matches the horror of the civil war is the tales of hope and determination that have come out of it. Bambay Sawaneh’s story is one of them.
Uruguay has the longest carnival season of any country, lasting over 80 days.
Author Tim Burford tells the story one of Uruguay’s most iconic symbols – the gaucho.
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