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Student boosts Seeds for Peace in Afghanistan

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For 12 hours straight, Nangyalai Attal, 25, slept peacefully on Susan Johnson’s apartment floor in Saratoga Springs and listened as her wind chimes clanged outside the window. Attal, who is accustomed to sleeping on the ground, said the sound reminded him of his days in Afghanistan as a shepherd. It was the same sound he would hear as his sheep ventured off in the fields. He found the sound a familiar and comforting reminder of ...

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