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Flowers in remembrance of the victims from 22 july.
Norway

People watching flowers been laid down by the main church in the town of Kristiansand in remembrance of the events in Oslo and Utøya friday 22 july.

Copyright: Tor erik schrøder
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送信日: 26/07/2011
更新日: 25/04/2014
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Tags: terror news peace sorrow rememberance news church norway oslo kristiansand utoya utøya; remembrance
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