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    Ia Meurmishvili
    August 26, 2014 6:50 PM
    Nine young people from around the world have been spending the past year in the United States -- learning the ins and outs of local government. They’re the first participants in a “Next Generation Leaders” program, run by a Washington-based policy institute. VOA’s Ia Meurmishvili attended their recent graduation ceremony, and has this report.

    'Next Generation Leaders' Head Home After US Experience

    Ia Meurmishvili

    Published August 26, 2014

    Nine young people from around the world have been spending the past year in the United States -- learning the ins and outs of local government. They’re the first participants in a “Next Generation Leaders” program, run by a Washington-based policy institute. VOA’s Ia Meurmishvili attended their recent graduation ceremony, and has this report.


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