cbsnews, joy in the Congo for the easter, Afghan prospective (Dari)

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گزارشگرتلويزيون سي بي اس نيوز در برنامه‌ي اخير شصت دقيقه‌ي سفري داشته به يكي از فقير ترين كشور هاي دنيا به‌نام كنگو كه مركز آن  شهركنشاسا مي‌باشد.

در اين برنامه يكي از گروه هاي موسيقي اين شهر را براي مردم جهان معرفي كرد. گروه موسيقي كه توسط سياه پوست ها رهبري مي‌شد، از فقير ترين مردم دنيا.

آن‌چيزي كه در اين برنامه جالب بود، اين است كه پايتخت اين كشور تا هنوز برق نداشته و حتي مردم آن از مشكلات صحيي رنج مي‌برند.

در دو طرف خيابان‌هاي نا اسفالت آن درخت هاي سرو كاشت شده بود، كشور سربز، اما فقير.

مردم اين شهر فقير پر تلاش به نظر مي‌خوردند و اميدوار اين كه بتوانند روزي كشور شان را مترقي بسازند.

The reporter of 60 minutes program of CBS News Television Network had a trip to Congo last week where Kinshasa is its capital.

This program introduced one of the symphony orchestras that performed songs on the occasion of Easter’s along with other developing countries of the world. This orchestra is led by black people of Kinshasa, the poorest people and strongest people of the world.

Something that was interesting in this program that this country is not electrified yet, and its people suffer from poor sanitation condition.

Its streets were unpaved. It had green hills, and jungles.   

The people of this country (Congo) looked hard work people and hopeful of having a developed country the same as other countries of the world in the future.



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Susan Hasanzada is graduated from Journalism Faculty of Heart University. She is a reporter in Zohal Universal Radio as well as a social Writer for Filmannex. She is very interested of women affairs, and thinks that women as the half part of the society should take their real responsibility in…

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