The U.N. divided the village of Ghajar into Israeli and Lebanese sectors in 2000. But new research suggests that Ghajar — shown here May 3 — may in fact be Syrian.
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Ethnomusicologist and musician Canyon Cody recorded his album in a makeshift studio in Granada, Spain, as he studied the history of the region on a Fulbright scholarship.
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