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Lost in translation? Not for Muslim hajj pilgrims


Lost in translation? Not in Mecca, thanks to a dedicated squad of interpreters gearing up to help two million Muslims speaking dozens of languages at the annual hajj pilgrimage.

Added on the 18/08/2018 17:41:06 - Copyright : AFP EN

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