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Polish people gathered at the presidential palace after a plane crash near Smolensk
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Polish people gathered at the presidential palace after a plane crash near Smolensk. Burns dozens and perhaps hundreds of thousands of candles ... In total, 96 people were killed. Polish President and his wife ... Politics, the great and righteous. Closest associates of the president, government security office workers, priests, pilots and stewardesses ...

Copyright: Marcin Klaban
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Uploadet: 11/04/2010
Opdateret: 25/09/2014
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