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Hassan Moataz: Challenging Public Perception

Published by Qatar Happening, Jan. 2012. Cellist Hassan El-Molla Moataz is one of the musicians leading the way in QPO’s efforts to challenge public perception of music in the Middle East.

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Dropping the Doha Dozen

Published by GLAM magazine, Jan. 2012. How does one go about shedding the notorious Doha dozen, as many expatriates who have packed on the pounds since moving here like to call it? It’s not easy, but it’s also not impossible.

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IBQ Artist Series at the Pearl-Qatar

Published in ABODE magazine, Jan. 2012. The second edition of the IBQ’s annual Artist Series exemplified the theme of “parallel worlds”, shown in a variety of media. ABODE caught up with each the featured artists to learn about the inspiration for their work.

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A Musical Prodigy: Lorena Manescu

Published by Qatar Happening, Dec. 2011. The Qatar Philharmonic Orchestra (QPO) has been in Doha for three years now, enriching the lives of residents through music and culture. QH gets up-close-and-personal with QPO’s youngest member, violinist Lorena Manescu.

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Pulitzer Center: Week in Review

The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting’s weekly video news briefs summarizing news, events and reporting. Anchored by Christina Paschyn

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Chernobyl Survivor Flags Women’s Radiation Risk

Published by Women’s eNews, April 2011. On the 25th anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant disaster in northern Ukraine, a former liquidator offers sobering warnings about radiation exposure, with particular cautions for women near the Japanese nuclear plant catastrophe.

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Natalia Manzurova: Chernobyl Survivor

Published by the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, April 2011. Natalia Manzurova was a 35-year-old nuclear engineer in Russia when she was assigned to be part of the clean-up crew at the Chernobyl plant in northern Ukraine, the site of the worst nuclear accident in history. She experienced the noxious effects of nuclear power firsthand. On the 25th anniversary of the disaster, Manzurova shares her story and her advice to the people of Japan following the Fukushima catastrophe.

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