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02 Nov

To meet the demand for menial labor, Bantus from southeastern Africa captured by Omani Arab slave traders were sold in cumulatively large numbers over the centuries to customers in Somalia and other areas in Northeast Africa and Asia.Between 2500–3000 years ago, speakers of the original proto-Bantu language group began a millennia-long series of migrations eastward from their original homeland in the general Niger-Congo area of Africa The Bantus inhabiting Somalia are descended from Bantu groups that had settled in Southeast Africa after the initial expansion from Niger-Congo, and whose members were later captured and sold into the Arab slave trade.The World Bank's projects and operations are designed to support low-income and middle-income countries' poverty reduction strategies.Countries develop strategies around a range of reforms and investments likely to improve people's lives from universal education to passable roads, from quality health care to improved governance and inclusive economic growth.Sounds like we need to get the old out of the bottle and find out what’s available for some all-out fabulous costumes.Plenty of good ready-made costumes are available online.Thank you for the amazing shot @atef_omar_ben_taleb A photo posted by Rafeea Alhajsi | رفيعه الهاجسي (@rafeeaalhajsi) on Model Rafeea Al-Hajsi walked the catwalk for Lebanese designer Aiisha Ramadan on Sunday and made history in the process as she was the first Emirati model to strut runway at Arab Fashion Week.“Rafeea represents the beautiful Arab girl,” said designer, Ramadan about the model who admits making it onto the international fashion scene is difficult because of her social constraints and not wanting to don more revealing ensembles.

Most of the slaves were from the Majindo, Makua, Nyasa, Yao, Zalama, Zaramo and Zigua ethnic groups of Tanzania, Mozambique and Malawi.From making fashion history to bringing over the man that Beyonce and JLO trust with their wardrobe, it was an eventual sartorial affair.With 22 countries, mainly from the Arab world, represented, Arab Fashion Week helped put the Middle East firmly on the fashion map. Lamya Abedin kick-started Arab Fashion Week season three in true style with a collection of 30 unique dresses.This realization led her to study at the Institute of Fashion and Art in Russia, and then, to hone her skills and knowledge, she went one step further at the Istituto Marangoni fashion school in London. “Now I had the tools I needed to make my mark in the world of fashion so I made my debut with the spring/summer collection in 2011,” said Vilshenko.The reason the Vilshenko brand is gaining ground globally today is because of the designer’s elegant fusion of eastern folklore and heritage with Western designs and shapes.