Beirut, Garry Kasparov, NPR discussed on 90.3 KAZU Programming

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Action in this municipal building In the small village of mishmash near where the cedar trees burned. This year, a firefighter teaches some 55 volunteers about wildfires. Oh, God, my head. That beat out, he organizes say they were inundated with applications from residents even though firefighting is dangerous, and the job is not paid on even people far away in Beirut, the crowded and polluted capital are worried about the cedars. Land off Lebanese people. It's the land off theaters first. Alice My Gap Cab, owns an art gallery and just opened an exhibition of paintings and sculptures, toe honor the cedar tree and Lebanese forests. She says they offer a sense of protection to Beirut. Ease who've seen their city suffer a huge explosion in August and economic crisis. And corrupt leadership. It's the shelter in which we can find Piece. We feel secure and we have roots. We hold our roots in the stand, she says. See the first offer People hope. And now those two are under threat. Briefs Sherlock NPR NEWS Miche Miche, Lebanon This is NPR news. Start. You're a bloke. Next time on the world, the Netflix series. The Queen's gambit is making competitive chess Cool chess Grandmaster and world champion Garry Kasparov made sure that the onscreen matches were the real deal. I knew that players even just amateurs will be able to look at the positions and identify whether it's yours or not. Erica's bar of on the queen's gambit on the world. Join us for the.

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