CRAG E-Alert - 3 August 2005
Dear Friends & Supporters:
BBC WEBLINKS ... Read & Listen!
Perhaps you might be interested in a piece entitled 'Armenian Quest for Lost Orphans' posted on the BBC World Service that researches the history and problems of descendants of Armenian orphans taken in by Turkish families in 1915.
You can read the story by logging on at the BBC web-link: http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/em/fr/-/2/hi/europe/4735171.stm
You can also listen online to the related story 'The Little Girl Who Came In From The Cold' at the Masterpiece website until 8 August 2005.
Dorian Jones produced the piece for the 'Masterpiece' programme of the BBC World Service (radio).
Log on at the following web-link too: http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/programmes/masterpiece.shtml
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