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Into Istanbul

Chris Mitchell and Dave Jaques

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A podcast which looks at one theme, each episode, as it relates to the city of Istanbul. Your hosts, Dave Jaques and Chris Mitchell, look to explore the city from the expat perspective, but with guests which fill in the blanks.
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Turkish Odyssey focuses primarily on travel destinations and the best places to visit in Istanbul, Cappadocia and Turkey. From cultural to practical information with a focus on food. Serif Yenen is a lecturer guide, international speaker, part-time university instructor and author of many guidebooks. Serif is a Smithsonian lecturer. He guided Pope Benedict XVI and Oprah Winfrey. Serif’s videos are on his YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/serifyenen Most of his publications: http://www. ...
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Batikan Gulyagci, was born on January 9, 1992. Batikan Gulyagci, the prodigious DJ and producer from Istanbul in the Turkey. Batikan began his journey producing Deep House and Indie Dance / Nu Disco sounds. Batikan Gulyagci, started to produce music a very young age. In 2017, a released track from "Fuga Records" which is "Smoke & Mirrors - Single" got great attention. It was also released in many compilation albums. With releases on Sony Music Entertainment Turkey, Maniana Records, Istanbul ...
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DARKROOM TALKS is is a podcast series from SPACE DEBRIS in Istanbul. Up-to-date art talks about the industry, innovative projects, artists/ most current work - specifically artists and curators' most recent projects related to @SpaceDebrisArt
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Political repression and curtailed freedoms have earned Turkey a troubling reputation abroad in recent years. For generations of western artists and intellectuals in the 20th century, though, the country was a haven, and many congregated in Istanbul to lead a lifestyle of freedom, far from the Cold War repression of their own countries.
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Roit Podcast

Roit Recordings

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Roit Recordings is an independent record label from Istanbul, hailing to Detroit with respect. Bridging house music aficionados with gems from underground, we cook some deep beats, all from raw house and modern deep house and techno material. With inspirations varying from Berlin to Detroit, all that Roit Recordings offer is only a good selection of house music. House music that breathes the streets of the city. Albeit rooted in Istanbul, Roit Recordings welcome all good producers from aroun ...
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Air Traffic Out Of Control

Amy Tango Charlie Media

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Air Traffic Out Of Control brings you the wildest air traffic control recordings you will ever hear from airports around the world. Emergency landings, stolen planes and even sightings of guys in jetpacks...we've got it all right from the control tower to your headphones!
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A podcast of conversations with the Everyday Explorer. Why do we pursue adventure and what do we find when we push past our limits? Buckle up and enjoy the ride as we go On Adventure.
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Join me and my bros in our unfiltered podcast, where we spill the drinks, share outrageous stories, and bring genuine laughter to every episode—no holds barred, just raw and real conversations. It's like eavesdropping on the craziest, most entertaining hangout session you've ever had!
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Sweet Silver Song is a podcast that tells you the stories of Liverpool Football Club, one of the world’s greatest teams, six times European champions and followed by over 770 million people worldwide. My name is Mark Kerr, a lifelong Liverpool supporter, who has been watching my team since 1965. I will be talking to people who know this club, who work there and have played for it. Week by week, we will fill you in on the amazing stories that make our club the worldwide institution it is toda ...
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Let's Learn Turkish

Meltem Naz Kaso Corral Sánchez

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My name is Meltem and I am originally from Istanbul, Turkey. My Spanish partner Lázaro wants to learn Turkish so to help him, I am now creating material that is both entertaining and approachable for beginners. Anyone who is interested in learning Turkish is welcomed to join us! (Only in weekdays)
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If ever there was an internationally renowned D.J. with a prolific pedigree it is Leomeo, a well established talent who, from his base in Paris, has touched virtually every continent in the world, destinations including Montreal, New York, Sydney, Shanghai, Istanbul, Rome, London & many in between. With roots firmly in Asia, but with Europe being his first real playground, making Paris his home saw his early steps in D.J.'ing inspired & encouraged by his then mentor, Claude Challe of Buddha ...
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Direct from Brooklyn's own They Might Be Giants, this is the only authorized and official podcast from the band. Often imitated, never remunerated. Specializing in original, live and/or rare material from the band, please enjoy TMBG's finest podcast!
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Religion explored through candid conversations and original reporting. This podcast is powered by The Media Project, a network of more than 1,000 journalists worldwide. TMP acknowledges that religion is growing and becoming more, not less important in the world.
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Emrah Findik’s aka ‘FINDIKE’ 16th of april 1977. born in Germany his is From Istanbul undoubtedly one of the most productive and refreshing Eectronic music producers out there. His music always shines a drop of well blended fusion of styles and originality... Most of his productions being internationally exposed and played by producers & DJ's all around the globe. Record Label Companies Findike Records Founder Owner AH Digital & Bonzai Progressive & By Ground Digital & D&R Digital & Absurd S ...
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Seductive soundscapes of beguiling music, blended with unique and original 100 word short stories that are written exclusively for the show by its listeners. And sometimes there are also serialisations of longer stories that have been written by our listeners. If you have a 100 word story to tell, send it to the show via Fb @BillLawranceColneRadio.
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Composer, Arranger & Producer. "DJ" ing since 1997. Universal Music , Buddha Bar , George V Records , Cafe de Anatolia, Bonzai Music , Essential House Records , Interlabel Music , Eivissa Recordings ,Bavaria Recordings , Doppelgaenger,Moonster Music . Kalan Müzik, Dmc Müzik , Arpej Müzik Ceo & Founder of Houseyounite (www.houseyounite.com) Soul Fabrik ( www.soulfabrik.com ) İstanbul Dj Academy ( www.istanbuldjacademy.com ) Moonster Music Feza Muzik Cayman Records Danceprin Fuga Records Kare ...
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Conversations between global citizens on culture observation, digital transformation and self-actualisation. Host Camellia Yang, a Chinese New Zealander, interviews people she met on her digital nomad journey who are on a unique path to creating a better future and shares the lessons and tips they learned. Season One (1 - 111 episodes) is in Chinese. Season Two (112 episodes - current) is in English.
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Author Kevin Wilson does 6 hours of research for a different area from around the World every Friday and then he tells you the most interesting things that he found about both the Country and the Cuisine, great show, especially for people who love "fun facts" .
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The David McWilliams Podcast

David McWilliams & John Davis

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The aim of this weekly podcast is to make economics easy, uncomplicated and accessible. With the world at a political, technological and financial tipping point, economics has never been so important to all of us and yet, it’s made inaccessible and complicated by so many. I’ve always thought what is complicated is rarely important and what is important is rarely complicated. That will be our motto. Every week we are going to tease out some big economic or political issue facing us, not just ...
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What does it feel like in the split second when you realize you're about to be locked up in a foreign country - possibly for life? In Locked Up Abroad, host Jim Clemente (Real Crime Profile) brings you first hand accounts from people who lived this nightmare, starting with Billy Hayes, subject of the Oliver Stone movie Midnight Express. A riveting, immersive audio adaptation of the hit TV series by the National Geographic Channel. From Istanbul to Bali to Sao Paulo, you'll hear what it's lik ...
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At TRT World, audiences can expect balanced, in-depth reporting with a focus on global responsibility. Headquartered in Istanbul, with four newsrooms located around the world, we bring you news coverage 24 hours a day, seven days a week. TRT World is on your TV, bringing you live reports and documentaries. Online, you’ll find articles and podcasts, which means you can take the news with you on the go. TRT World follows you.
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My Dark Path

MF Thomas, Creator & Host

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My Dark Path explores the fringes of history, science, and the paranormal. In every episode, creator and host MF Thomas illuminates a topic taken from the dark corners of our world. Combining his personal, on-location research with insights from experts, researchers and historians, every episode will intrigue, excite, and perhaps, send a shiver down your spine. Visit www.mydarkpath.com for more information.
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The Hub and Spoken Travel Show is all about travel destinations! In this podcast, we will gab about "hubs" such as Florence, Boston, London, Istanbul and Tokyo; exploring how to get there, where to stay, what to eat, see and do...then we will bring you to "spokes" such as Volterra in Italy, Hakone in Japan or Pismo Beach in California. Some of the destinations will be well-traveled, must-sees; whereas others will be off the beaten path recommendations. Join us to learn more about your favori ...
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Al-Monitor Senior Correspondent Amberin Zaman interviews newsmakers, journalists, and thought leaders from the US and Middle East about the latest news and trends in the region. Amberin travels the region for Al-Monitor, specializing in news and analysis in Turkey, Iraq, Syria, and the Caucasus and writes the weekly Turkey Briefing newsletter. Prior to Al-Monitor, she covered Turkey, the Kurds, and conflicts in the region for The Washington Post, The Daily Telegraph, The Los Angeles Times an ...
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۳ ب 𖤍 Shayan aka Shan Nash Born in Balochestan / IRAN. Shan Nash’s collective music, part self-produced, captivating other-worldly sounds, part extended live performances that transport audiences to the most majestic and dreamy lands across the globe is the raconteur of his life’s journey. A producer and DJ, Shan embodies the intrinsic characteristics of a true artist: passion, love, empathy and the desire to connect every soul through his calling. A native of Iran, a place that still holds ...
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ExtraVirgin Food & Travel is a podcast for adventurers, armchair travellers and gourmands. Join your host, food and travel journalist Natascha Mirosch, as she chats with amateur travellers and dedicated explorers, food experts, cooks and producers.
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REBŪKE, the rave ringmaster, brings the sound of the underground to the radio with his new show ERĀ Radio.The radio show delivers something different every week, including the Rebūke Ravers Club Special - Special shows curated with picks from the ERĀ community, guest mixes from other techno artists, Rebūke Studio mixes and recorded sets from his jammed-packed festival and club tour.
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In this episode, A FedEx Boeing 767 is coming in for an approach in Istanbul when they receive an alert that the nose landing gear is malfunctioning. They contact the tower to do a low pass to confirm that the gear is not deployed, and the tower confirms this. The pilot brings the aircraft in for a landing without the nose gear shortly after. Lucki…
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Istanbul’s Chora Church, which has stood for 17 centuries and famous for its mosaics and frescoes depicting the life of Jesus and Mary, will be reopened as a mosque in May as Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan moves forward with plans to convert iconic Byzantine churches into Islamic houses of worship. Roberta Ahmanson interviews Alexei Lidov, …
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ISTANBUL ONIONS… was commissioned and curated by Jenny Miller. There will be no need to visit the city of Istanbul once you have listened to this show and this may be the reason why The Turkish Tourist Board has lobbied so hard to have the show cancelled. Featuring Onions penned by Istanbul residents DominiqueRenaudin, Tim Hallam, Brandon Mayer, H.…
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In part two of our mini-series on Turkey, we delve deeper into the electrifying economic history of Istanbul, from the Byzantine to the Ottoman empires and up to today. We explore how these empires sent shockwaves through history, shaping the world as we know it. Without the Ottomans, Columbus might never have discovered America, there'd be possibl…
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The British are down on themselves, yet one thing they do well is repackage popular culture and the Premier League is a great example of this. Last year, its commercial revenues hit £4.4 billion, with TV rights increasing by 30%. Despite high revenues, 80% goes to player wages, highlighting a unique financial model where the 'workers' benefit most.…
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Vladimir Hamed-Troyansky on “Empire of Refugees: North Caucasian Muslims and the Late Ottoman State” (Stanford University Press). The book explores the forced migration from the Russian Empire of around one million Muslims, who settled in the Ottoman Empire between the 1850s and World War One. Become a member to support Turkey Book Talk. Patreon me…
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In this episode, a Cessna aircraft is coming in for an approach to Yuma, Arizona when there is a sudden engine failure. The tower attempts to accommodate the pilot by opening up any runway for him to execute an emergency landing, but it's too late. The Cessna pilot can't make it to the airport, so begins searching for a roadway to land on. Follow A…
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Are you interested in cruises, and want to capitalize on miles and points, but feel unsure of where to start? Then this episode is for you! Today we sit down with, Debra Schroeder, who first became interested in miles and points back in ’94, when she bought an excess of cereal boxes to capitalize on an American Airlines promotional campaign. Her hi…
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Welcome back to another episode of the On Adventure Podcast, where I dive deep into the extraordinary tales of endurance and personal growth, probing why everyday explorers continue to push their own limits. In this episode, I reconnect with Van Fletcher, a dad, a real estate professional, and, oh yeah, a world class triathlete AND an ultraman comp…
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In this episode, UPS flight 2949 is departing from Oakland when the pilot reports flight control issues. He issues a mayday and asks for vectors to return to the airport. The tower springs into action to help the aircraft navigate back to Oakland safely. Follow Amy Tango Charlie on X/Twitter: https://twitter.com/atoocpodcast…
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Fun Facts about Singapore are given to begin the episode and then I give fun facts about Singaporean food around the 25 minute mark over 200 more episodes giving fun mind-blowing facts about different locations around the World and their cuisine can be found on your favorite Podcast platform, including Spotify, IHeartRadio, Amazon Music and many mo…
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In this episode, we dive into the harrowing impact of the opioid epidemic in North America, recounting firsthand observations of addiction's toll in cities like Ottawa, Quebec, and Vancouver. How did a nation like Canada, with its extensive welfare and health systems, become engulfed in such a crisis? We explore the roots of the crisis, attributing…
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As we delve into America in this pivotal election year, grappling with its geopolitical challenges, culture wars, and internal conflicts, Evan Solomon makes a crucial point: discussing America as a monolith is a common mistake—it's simply too vast and diverse. In today's infotainment era, narratives are no longer neatly collected but instead compet…
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Greece and Turkey are stepping up rapprochement efforts, with Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis visiting Turkey on Monday for talks with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The trip is part of detente attempts after years of tensions centered on territorial disputes in the Aegean Sea. Monday's meeting follows Erdogan's visit to Athens last December, w…
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Lyon France, escargot and baguettes are discussed by giving fun mind-blowing facts...the episode begins with fun facts about Lyon France #Lyon #France #escargot #baguettes over 200 more episodes giving fun mind-blowing facts about different locations around the World and their cuisine can be found on your favorite Podcast platform, including Spotif…
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Why do wealthy people live in houses originally built for the less affluent? Despite vast improvements in living standards over the years — lower infant mortality rates, faster access to life-saving drugs, and increased life expectancy — today, even modest homes are un-affordable for many. Consequently, wealthy individuals find themselves competing…
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In this episode, United flight 381 is coming in for the approach to Austin when they request to go around. The pilot lets the tower know the aircraft is having flap issues which is causing instability. The controller dispatches emergency crews as an extra precaution for the potentially dangerous landing. Follow Amy Tango Charlie on X/Twitter: https…
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Based on the advice of an online mentor who suggests exploring influential books called 'earthquake books'—those that can significantly shake and impact our perspectives—one such powerful book is the profound works of Carl Jung. As I explore Jung's works, certain sections of his books have left a lasting mark on how I perceive things, resonating de…
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The Tories are seeking revenge for Brexit by exploiting immigration policy. Having been out-foxed, out-thought and out-gunned by Dublin on Brexit negotiations, they are extracting a price- that price is the framing of the new Irish election. By encouraging the relocation of asylum seekers to Ireland, the Tories are effectively using Ireland as a ba…
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Emre Toros on “Electoral Integrity in Turkey” (Edinburgh University Press). The book weighs up the country's democratic credentials after over two decades of rule by Erdogan's party, painting an ambivalent picture combining both optimism and pessimism. Become a member to support Turkey Book Talk. Patreon members get a 35% discount on all Turkey/Ott…
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In this episode, a British Airways 777 (Flight 158) is preparing for departure to London from Bermuda International Airport when the tower abruptly cancels the take off clearance. The pilot, understandably concerned, presses the controller to let him evacuate the aircraft as soon as possible. The controller lets him know that the terminal is also u…
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Turkey has cut off trade with Israel as bilateral relations deteriorate over the Gaza conflict. The move follows domestic calls for a tougher stance against Israel, while Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is seeking a more prominent regional role. The Turkish Trade Ministry announced Friday that all exports and imports with Israel have been cu…
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In this episode, a Piper aircraft near Sacramento, California (SAC) experiences an engine failure and radios the tower to declare mayday. The pilot and one passenger can't make it to the airport so need to look for a safe field or road to land on nearby. The tower dispatches emergency crews, and thankfully, the Piper pilot executes the emergency la…
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*Credit Elia Saikaly - Kenton on the Everest summit In this episode of the On Adventure Podcast, I sit down with Kenton Cool, a legendary high-altitude climber with an incredible record of Everest ascents and a storied career in mountain exploration. Dive into a conversation that explores not only the physical heights of the world’s most formidable…
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In this episode, we fly up to Teterboro Executive airport where two private jets have found themselves in a bit of a pickle. An ExecJet aircraft has hit the wing tip of a Twilight Gulfstream, causing damage to both planes. The airport authority intervenes to investigate the minor incident. Follow Amy Tango Charlie on X/Twitter: https://twitter.com/…
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Former Turkish Prime Minister and leader of the pro-Islamic Future Party Ahmet Davutoglu met with Hamas leaders Ismail Haniyeh and Khaled Meshal this week and shared their conditions for peace with Al-Monitor. Davutoglu sharply criticized the governments of Turkey and Arab states, saying they had done close to nothing for Gaza. See Privacy Policy a…
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In this episode, Lufthansa flight 456 is coming in for landing in Los Angeles (LAX), and touches down hard before going back around for another attempt. Our friends at Airline Videos caught the landing on tape, and you will hear their dramatic reaction. The aircraft landed without incident on the second attempt. Airline officials noted that the pil…
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Great Wall Of China fun facts are given at the start of the episode and fun facts about Chinese Food is given at the end of the episode #China #Chinesefood over 200 more episodes giving fun mind-blowing facts about different locations around the World and their cuisine can be found on your favorite Podcast platform, including Spotify, IHeartRadio, …
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Last week, the football team I play with went on a trip to Italian organised by one of our lads Camilio Borza a member of the Irish Italian tribe. In the the vibrant tapestry of Irish history, few immigrants have left their mark like the "Eye-talians" with their chippers which have fed generations of Irish people. This week, the podcast explores th…
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A Quick Cairo Trip Episode 32: Show Notes. After a two-plus year-long wait, Tom finally used his Qatar booking credit from the pandemic (just in time before the booking expired!). Even though he wasn’t excited about the trip before departure, his wonderful experience of Cairo made him question his initial reservations. Tom details his airport exper…
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This podcast delves into the intricate interplay of politics and housing, a phenomenon not unique to Ireland but deeply emblematic there. It examines how the control, or lack thereof, of housing can shape political fortunes. From Ireland to Britain, Canada to Australia, the "politics of housing" is a pivotal and global issue, particularly for young…
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