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Monday 16 May at 10:58

Two deaf Syrian women living in a refugee camp in Turkey’s Kilis have been making carpets and selling them to customers in Japan and China, according to a nongovernmental organisation.

In Turkey’s southern city of Kilis, Saba and Sanaa have been weaving carpets that are being sold in the Asian markets, Daily Sabah news agency reported.

They have been taking lessons


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Two young men are leading the way in the Jamaican coffee business by inspiring customers with each sip. They serve a variety of coffee drinks, ranging from espresso to lattes, frappuccino and cappuccino, inside a swanky, new coffee shop at the Caribbean Christian Centre of the Deaf.

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