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How a Dutch Girl and a Lebanese Boy Fell in Love on MSN Messenger

How a Dutch Girl and a Lebanese Boy Fell in Love on MSN Messenger


He was in Beirut during the Lebanon-Israel war; she was in a small village outside of Rotterdam. They met on MSN Messenger. Listen to the latest Kerning Cultures podcast above.

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