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Aimaq, Firozkohi of Afghanistan
Tubu, Daza of Niger
Groma of China
Kababish of Sudan
Ahar of India
Koiri (Hindu traditions) of India
Magar of Nepal
Kazak, Qinghai of China
Kagoro of Mali
Afghan of Afghanistan
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'Again he says, "Rejoice, O Gentiles, with His people." And again, "Praise the Lord all you Gentiles, And let all the peoples praise Him." Romans 15:10-11
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Of the 7,900 groups whose populations are under 10,000, the total number of individuals is less than 23,000,000. More Mission Facts ...
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