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US Youth Ambassadors Connect with Muslim Worldi
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September 27, 2013 1:44 PM
Della Bradt's first visit to a Muslim country was last summer when she spent six weeks in Indonesia, where almost 90 percent of the population is Muslim. She went as a volunteer with America's Unofficial Ambassadors, a private initiative that promotes better understanding between the US and the Muslim world. VOA's Faiza Elmasry reports.

US Youth Ambassadors Connect with Muslim World

Published September 27, 2013

Della Bradt's first visit to a Muslim country was last summer when she spent six weeks in Indonesia, where almost 90 percent of the population is Muslim. She went as a volunteer with America's Unofficial Ambassadors, a private initiative that promotes better understanding between the US and the Muslim world. VOA's Faiza Elmasry reports.


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