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“Our road to success with cannabis destroyed us and put us back together”

“Our road to success with cannabis destroyed us and put us back together” By Anduena Hajdari Vanessa had just given birth to her daughter, when she got her first request on her and partner Alex’s webshop. A man wanted to buy pure hemp juice for his daughter, who suffered from leukemia and needed the juice to …

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Martin Thaulow fell in love with a refugee and found his path between war zones and refugee camps

Martin Thaulow fell in love with a refugee and found his path between war zones and refugee camps. By Anduena Hajdari // header captured by Mathias F. Bickersteth I met with Martin at the Copenhagen Airport. He was on his way to Jordan to photograph women who mastered skills traditionally intended for men. As a photographer …

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Balancing real and virtual life | Q&A with influencer Ilirida Krasniqi

Balancing real and virtual life | Q&A with influencer and dentist Ilirida Krasniqi Interview Anduena Hajdari // Photography Sophia Uddin Studies show that as many as three-quarters of 14-year-old girls who suffer from depression also have low self-esteem, are unhappy with how they look and sleep for seven hours or less each night. If you google girls and …

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A journey on reforming mental and physical health | Abraham Kaba is fresh like mint

A journey on reforming mental and physical health | Abraham Kaba is fresh like mint By Anduena Hajdari | Photography Sophia Uddin MINT Scheduling an interview with Abraham Kaba is nearly impossible since he uses almost every hour of his week on working as a personal trainer and studying to become a physiotherapist. The bigtime mental …

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In the name of art  | Q&A with upcoming designer Camelia Shahat

In the name of art | Q&A with upcoming designer Camélia Shahat By Ena Hajdari Camélia Shahat is half Egyptian and half Algerian. She is born and raised in Paris, where she works on her dream of becoming a fashion designer. Her brand is called Shahat, and has a spicy blueness over it. Collection gallery available …

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Witnessing Yugoslavia’s fall | Stories on staying sane throughout war and apartheid

Witnessing Yugoslavia’s fall | Stories on staying sane throughout war and apartheid 1990 – 1998   Interviews and translation Anduena Hajdari A series of war crimes were committed during the Kosovo War (early 1998 – 11 June 1999). The forces of the Slobodan Milošević regime killed many Albanian civilians during the war. According to Human Rights …

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Red Barnet Ungdom giver børnene den barndom, de fortjener

Red Barnet Ungdom giver børnene den barndom, de fortjener Børnene hos Red Barnet Ungdom (RBU) har et helt specielt glimt i øjnene. I bussen på vej til Bonbon Land sad små og større børn med glæden smurt i ansigtet. Måske skyldes det, at børn, som tilmeldes RBU, ikke altid omfavnes af livets farverige glæder. For …

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