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British pop star whose family fled war-torn Kosovo when she was seven, is thrilled to be touring again, and Hong Kong will be her first big gig of the year. She talks about acting, growing up in West London and her sold-out UK tour
Getting to North Korea is the easy part – the real dilemma is whether or not to go. By visiting one of the world’s most isolated regimes are you condoning what goes on there, does it mean you’re ok with throwing political prisoners in labor camps – for three generations? It’s one of the few places…
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