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The Hindu
Discovering Victorian secretsNational Curry Week just concluded in Britain — marking two centuries of the co
The Hindu / Posted 23 hours ago
National Curry Week just concluded in Britain — marking two centuries of the country’s dalliance with one of the most famous imports from its largest colony. When the Hindostane Coffee House opened in London in 1810, many British got the hots for... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
81 famous faces we've said goodbye to in 2017The news that comedian Sean Hughes has died at the age of 51 adds to a list of
EveningTimes Online / Posted yesterday
The news that comedian Sean Hughes has died at the age of 51 adds to a list of over 80 notable names from the world of entertainment, sport and politics that have died in 2017. Graham Taylor, 72, English football player and manager Graham Taylor... Read more
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heraldscotland
81 famous faces we've said goodbye to in 2017from 1990 until 1993. He was a club manager at Lincoln, Watford, Aston Villa a
heraldscotland / Posted yesterday
from 1990 until 1993. He was a club manager at Lincoln, Watford, Aston Villa and Wolves, and in recent years a pundit on the BBC and BT Sport. He died from a heart attack at the age of 72. William Peter Blatty, 89, American novelist and... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Cemetery for drug cartel bosses has tombs with jacuzzis and air conditioningThe huge, gaudy structures have been built over time for Mexico's most feared d
Daily Mirror / Posted 4 days ago
The huge, gaudy structures have been built over time for Mexico's most feared drug lords, and they're not scrimping when it comes to luxuries. The tombs can range in cost from $340,000 to $1,200,000 (£225,000 to £90,000) - more than the price of an... Read more
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Games Radar
You can battle Egyptian Gods and mythical beasts in Assassin's Creed Origins' free Trials of the Gods eventsSo Assassin's Creed Origins isn't even out yet - definitely not counting the da
Games Radar / Posted 6 days ago
So Assassin's Creed Origins isn't even out yet - definitely not counting the days until the end of the month - but Ubisoft has revealed some exciting expansion news. While there's some intriguing DLC on the way via two big story packs next year,... Read more
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Daily Mail
The Dutch royals just landed in PortugalWhat a welcome! Queen Maxima of the Netherlands gets a VERY tender greeting fro
Daily Mail / Posted 7 days ago
What a welcome! Queen Maxima of the Netherlands gets a VERY tender greeting from Portugal's President as she showcases her toned figure on a state visit The Dutch royals landed at a military airport in Lisbon on Monday night They attended a welcome... Read more
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The Washington Times
Egypt hopes Luxor discovery will save tourism industryhas been rocked by political instability and terrorism concerns, but help has a
The Washington Times / Posted 7 days ago
has been rocked by political instability and terrorism concerns, but help has arrived from a venerable source. A series of stunning archaeological discoveries from the days of Egypt’s ancient glory are giving hope to those who depend on foreign... Read more
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Aljazeera
Taj Mahal dropped from tourism booklet of Uttar PradeshThe Taj Mahal is one of the Seven Wonders of the World, attracting more than si
Aljazeera / Posted 8 days ago
The Taj Mahal is one of the Seven Wonders of the World, attracting more than six million tourists a year. Although the monument attracts more tourists than any other site in India, it seems it is out of favour with the government of Uttar Pradesh... Read more
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asianage
Winters bring with it the joys of classical music festivalsTraditionally, classical music festivals are associated with the onset of winte
asianage / Posted 8 days ago
Traditionally, classical music festivals are associated with the onset of winter in both North and South India. The tradition of hearing music continues till after the Navratras in April. In North India, after a lull, there are some concerts during... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Portugal: In love with the sound of a cultureCenturies of farewells permeate a melancholy music, writes Beth J Harpaz. Have
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 8 days ago
Centuries of farewells permeate a melancholy music, writes Beth J Harpaz. Have you ever heard a song so tender and soulful it brought you to tears, even though you couldn't understand a word? That's how I feel about fado, a Portuguese folk-music... Read more
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metro
My top 20 Xbox 360 gamesneed to change a bit at a later date, due to extortionate eBay costs, but I am
metro / Posted 10 days ago
need to change a bit at a later date, due to extortionate eBay costs, but I am now moving to my top 20 Xbox 360 games. These numbers aren’t definitive and can be swapped around with some of the also-rans. 1 ,2 & 3) Dead Space 1 and 2, along... Read more
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walesonline
Is 'the little bugger did his best' such a bad epitaph?How do you want to be remembered? Ultimately it’s a grave matter both literall
walesonline / Posted 10 days ago
How do you want to be remembered? Ultimately it’s a grave matter both literally and figuratively. The headstone inscription is our ultimate Tweet – in fewer than 140 characters we are summed up for eternity. And usually the loved ones we leave... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Santa dead, archaeologists sayArcheologists have just made a discovery that could ruin Christmas for kids all
The Middletown Press / Posted 11 days ago
Archeologists have just made a discovery that could ruin Christmas for kids all around the world. Josh King has the story (@abridgetoland). First the good news: Whoever told you that Santa Claus was an impostor with a fake beard collecting a... Read more
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The Register Citizen
Santa dead, archaeologists sayArcheologists have just made a discovery that could ruin Christmas for kids all
The Register Citizen / Posted 11 days ago
Archeologists have just made a discovery that could ruin Christmas for kids all around the world. Josh King has the story (@abridgetoland). First the good news: Whoever told you that Santa Claus was an impostor with a fake beard collecting a... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Santa dead, archaeologists sayArcheologists have just made a discovery that could ruin Christmas for kids all
Greenwich Time / Posted 11 days ago
Archeologists have just made a discovery that could ruin Christmas for kids all around the world. Josh King has the story (@abridgetoland). First the good news: Whoever told you that Santa Claus was an impostor with a fake beard collecting a... Read more
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The News-Times
Santa dead, archaeologists sayArcheologists have just made a discovery that could ruin Christmas for kids all
The News-Times / Posted 11 days ago
Archeologists have just made a discovery that could ruin Christmas for kids all around the world. Josh King has the story (@abridgetoland). First the good news: Whoever told you that Santa Claus was an impostor with a fake beard collecting a... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Santa dead, archaeologists sayArcheologists have just made a discovery that could ruin Christmas for kids all
Stamford Advocate / Posted 11 days ago
Archeologists have just made a discovery that could ruin Christmas for kids all around the world. Josh King has the story (@abridgetoland). First the good news: Whoever told you that Santa Claus was an impostor with a fake beard collecting a... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Santa dead, archaeologists sayArcheologists have just made a discovery that could ruin Christmas for kids all
Connecticut Post / Posted 12 days ago
Archeologists have just made a discovery that could ruin Christmas for kids all around the world. Josh King has the story (@abridgetoland). First the good news: Whoever told you that Santa Claus was an impostor with a fake beard collecting a... Read more
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Daily Star
Biblical relic ‘engraved by God’ lost for at least 500 years FOUNDSEAL OF SOLOMON: The Biblical King ruled around 1000 BC and was claimed to be a
Daily Star / Posted 12 days ago
SEAL OF SOLOMON: The Biblical King ruled around 1000 BC and was claimed to be a prophet Police are claimed to have found the Seal of Solomon, a ring claimed to have belonged to the mythical king, in a raid in Turkey. Officers are reported to have... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
78 famous faces we've said goodbye to this yearThe news that veteran rocker, Tom Petty, has died at the age of 66, adds to a l
EveningTimes Online / Posted 14 days ago
The news that veteran rocker, Tom Petty, has died at the age of 66, adds to a list of over 75 notable names from the world of entertainment, sport and politics that have died in 2017. Graham Taylor, 72, English football player and manager Graham... Read more
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heraldscotland
78 famous faces we've said goodbye to in 2017from 1990 until 1993. He was a club manager at Lincoln, Watford, Aston Villa a
heraldscotland / Posted 14 days ago
from 1990 until 1993. He was a club manager at Lincoln, Watford, Aston Villa and Wolves, and in recent years a pundit on the BBC and BT Sport. He died from a heart attack at the age of 72. William Peter Blatty, 89, American novelist and... Read more
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Daily Mail
Jennifer Connelly and Paul Bettany attend boutique opening in ParisConnelly dons eclectic outfit including jumpsuit and sheer overlay as she and h
Daily Mail / Posted 14 days ago
Connelly dons eclectic outfit including jumpsuit and sheer overlay as she and hubby Paul Bettany attend Paris opening They are both successful, working actors who parent three children. The event comes just ahead of the brand's Fashion Week... Read more
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Daily Mail
Tomb Raider's Alicia Vikander shows off legs during PFWPurr-fect look! New Tomb Raider star Alicia Vikander shows off her toned legs i
Daily Mail / Posted 14 days ago
Purr-fect look! New Tomb Raider star Alicia Vikander shows off her toned legs in tiny leopard-print mini as she attends Louis Vuitton store launch Embracing her wild side, the 28-year-old Tomb Raider star oozed sex appeal in the incredibly tiny... Read more
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Daily Mail
Lara Bingle decries the use of guns following Las Vegas massacre'Culture, not violence!' ... weeks after sharing a video of herself firing rifl
Daily Mail / Posted 14 days ago
'Culture, not violence!' ... weeks after sharing a video of herself firing rifles at a shooting range She recently showcased her sharp aim by firing off several rounds at a Californian... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Passchendaele Remembered Here & Overseas2017, 12:10 pmPress Release: New Zealand Government Passchendaele remembered h
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 14 days ago
2017, 12:10 pmPress Release: New Zealand Government Passchendaele remembered here and overseasCommemorations to mark one of New Zealand’s darkest days will be held in New Zealand and Belgium this month to remember the Battle of... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
77 famous faces we've said goodbye to this yearThe news that Playboy founder Hugh Hefner has died at the age of 91, adds to a
EveningTimes Online / Posted 19 days ago
The news that Playboy founder Hugh Hefner has died at the age of 91, adds to a list of over 75 notable names from the world of entertainment, sport and politics that have died in 2017. Graham Taylor, 72, English football player and manager Graham... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Biko 40 Years On - a Symbol Beyond His Lifetime"Death can itself be a politicising thing." We are a people immersed in a cult
AllAfrica.com / Posted 20 days ago
"Death can itself be a politicising thing." We are a people immersed in a culture of symbolism. One such symbol is that which marks the grave of the departed. In modern day form this is a tombstone. While designed to mark the end of life, many... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
73 famous faces we've said goodbye to this yearThe news that Coronation Sreet actress, Liz Dawn, has died at the age of 77, ad
EveningTimes Online / Posted 21 days ago
The news that Coronation Sreet actress, Liz Dawn, has died at the age of 77, adds to a list of over 70 notable names from the world of entertainment, sport and politics that have died in 2017. Graham Taylor, 72, English football player and... Read more
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heraldscotland
73 famous faces we've said goodbye to in 2017from 1990 until 1993. He was a club manager at Lincoln, Watford, Aston Villa a
heraldscotland / Posted 21 days ago
from 1990 until 1993. He was a club manager at Lincoln, Watford, Aston Villa and Wolves, and in recent years a pundit on the BBC and BT Sport. He died from a heart attack at the age of 72. William Peter Blatty, 89, American novelist and... Read more
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Fremont Tribune
Looking back at Vietnam: Tet Offensive and unrest at home jolt Americaprayer in Arlington National Cemetery, Feb. 6, 1968. Front row, from left: Rev.
Fremont Tribune / Posted 23 days ago
prayer in Arlington National Cemetery, Feb. 6, 1968. Front row, from left: Rev. Andrew Young, executive vice president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference; Bishop James P. Shannon, Roman Catholic auxiliary bishop of Minneapolis and... Read more
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Fremont Tribune
Looking back at Vietnam War: Tet Offensive and unrest at home rattles Americaprayer in Arlington National Cemetery, Feb. 6, 1968. Front row, from left: Rev.
Fremont Tribune / Posted 23 days ago
prayer in Arlington National Cemetery, Feb. 6, 1968. Front row, from left: Rev. Andrew Young, executive vice president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference; Bishop James P. Shannon, Roman Catholic auxiliary bishop of Minneapolis and... Read more
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Missoulian
Looking back at Vietnam War: Tet Offensive and unrest at home rattles Americaprayer in Arlington National Cemetery, Feb. 6, 1968. Front row, from left: Rev.
Missoulian / Posted 23 days ago
prayer in Arlington National Cemetery, Feb. 6, 1968. Front row, from left: Rev. Andrew Young, executive vice president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference; Bishop James P. Shannon, Roman Catholic auxiliary bishop of Minneapolis and... Read more
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Missoulian
Looking back at Vietnam: Tet Offensive and unrest at home jolt Americaprayer in Arlington National Cemetery, Feb. 6, 1968. Front row, from left: Rev.
Missoulian / Posted 23 days ago
prayer in Arlington National Cemetery, Feb. 6, 1968. Front row, from left: Rev. Andrew Young, executive vice president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference; Bishop James P. Shannon, Roman Catholic auxiliary bishop of Minneapolis and... Read more
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The World
Looking back at Vietnam War: Tet Offensive and unrest at home rattles Americaprayer in Arlington National Cemetery, Feb. 6, 1968. Front row, from left: Rev.
The World / Posted 23 days ago
prayer in Arlington National Cemetery, Feb. 6, 1968. Front row, from left: Rev. Andrew Young, executive vice president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference; Bishop James P. Shannon, Roman Catholic auxiliary bishop of Minneapolis and... Read more
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The World
Looking back at Vietnam: Tet Offensive and unrest at home jolt Americaprayer in Arlington National Cemetery, Feb. 6, 1968. Front row, from left: Rev.
The World / Posted 23 days ago
prayer in Arlington National Cemetery, Feb. 6, 1968. Front row, from left: Rev. Andrew Young, executive vice president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference; Bishop James P. Shannon, Roman Catholic auxiliary bishop of Minneapolis and... Read more
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The Times and Democrat
Looking back at Vietnam: Tet Offensive and unrest at home jolt Americaprayer in Arlington National Cemetery, Feb. 6, 1968. Front row, from left: Rev.
The Times and Democrat / Posted 23 days ago
prayer in Arlington National Cemetery, Feb. 6, 1968. Front row, from left: Rev. Andrew Young, executive vice president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference; Bishop James P. Shannon, Roman Catholic auxiliary bishop of Minneapolis and... Read more
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The Times and Democrat
Looking back at Vietnam War: Tet Offensive and unrest at home rattles Americaprayer in Arlington National Cemetery, Feb. 6, 1968. Front row, from left: Rev.
The Times and Democrat / Posted 23 days ago
prayer in Arlington National Cemetery, Feb. 6, 1968. Front row, from left: Rev. Andrew Young, executive vice president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference; Bishop James P. Shannon, Roman Catholic auxiliary bishop of Minneapolis and... Read more
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Lincoln Journal Star
Looking back at Vietnam: Tet Offensive and unrest at home jolt Americaprayer in Arlington National Cemetery, Feb. 6, 1968. Front row, from left: Rev.
Lincoln Journal Star / Posted 23 days ago
prayer in Arlington National Cemetery, Feb. 6, 1968. Front row, from left: Rev. Andrew Young, executive vice president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference; Bishop James P. Shannon, Roman Catholic auxiliary bishop of Minneapolis and... Read more
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The Sentinel
Looking back at Vietnam War: Tet Offensive and unrest at home rattles Americaprayer in Arlington National Cemetery, Feb. 6, 1968. Front row, from left: Rev.
The Sentinel / Posted 23 days ago
prayer in Arlington National Cemetery, Feb. 6, 1968. Front row, from left: Rev. Andrew Young, executive vice president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference; Bishop James P. Shannon, Roman Catholic auxiliary bishop of Minneapolis and... Read more
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Journal Gazette & Times-Courier
Looking back at Vietnam War: Tet Offensive and unrest at home rattles Americaprayer in Arlington National Cemetery, Feb. 6, 1968. Front row, from left: Rev.
Journal Gazette & Times-Courier / Posted 23 days ago
prayer in Arlington National Cemetery, Feb. 6, 1968. Front row, from left: Rev. Andrew Young, executive vice president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference; Bishop James P. Shannon, Roman Catholic auxiliary bishop of Minneapolis and... Read more
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The Sentinel
Looking back at Vietnam: Tet Offensive and unrest at home jolt Americaprayer in Arlington National Cemetery, Feb. 6, 1968. Front row, from left: Rev.
The Sentinel / Posted 23 days ago
prayer in Arlington National Cemetery, Feb. 6, 1968. Front row, from left: Rev. Andrew Young, executive vice president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference; Bishop James P. Shannon, Roman Catholic auxiliary bishop of Minneapolis and... Read more
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Santa Maria Times
Looking back at Vietnam: Tet Offensive and unrest at home jolt Americaprayer in Arlington National Cemetery, Feb. 6, 1968. Front row, from left: Rev.
Santa Maria Times / Posted 23 days ago
prayer in Arlington National Cemetery, Feb. 6, 1968. Front row, from left: Rev. Andrew Young, executive vice president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference; Bishop James P. Shannon, Roman Catholic auxiliary bishop of Minneapolis and... Read more
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The Times of Northwest Indiana
Looking back at Vietnam: Tet Offensive and unrest at home jolt Americaprayer in Arlington National Cemetery, Feb. 6, 1968. Front row, from left: Rev.
The Times of Northwest Indiana / Posted 23 days ago
prayer in Arlington National Cemetery, Feb. 6, 1968. Front row, from left: Rev. Andrew Young, executive vice president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference; Bishop James P. Shannon, Roman Catholic auxiliary bishop of Minneapolis and... Read more
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Santa Maria Times
Looking back at Vietnam War: Tet Offensive and unrest at home rattles Americaprayer in Arlington National Cemetery, Feb. 6, 1968. Front row, from left: Rev.
Santa Maria Times / Posted 23 days ago
prayer in Arlington National Cemetery, Feb. 6, 1968. Front row, from left: Rev. Andrew Young, executive vice president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference; Bishop James P. Shannon, Roman Catholic auxiliary bishop of Minneapolis and... Read more
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The Times of Northwest Indiana
Looking back at Vietnam War: Tet Offensive and unrest at home rattles Americaprayer in Arlington National Cemetery, Feb. 6, 1968. Front row, from left: Rev.
The Times of Northwest Indiana / Posted 23 days ago
prayer in Arlington National Cemetery, Feb. 6, 1968. Front row, from left: Rev. Andrew Young, executive vice president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference; Bishop James P. Shannon, Roman Catholic auxiliary bishop of Minneapolis and... Read more
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Sioux City Journal
Looking back at Vietnam War: Tet Offensive and unrest at home rattles Americaprayer in Arlington National Cemetery, Feb. 6, 1968. Front row, from left: Rev.
Sioux City Journal / Posted 23 days ago
prayer in Arlington National Cemetery, Feb. 6, 1968. Front row, from left: Rev. Andrew Young, executive vice president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference; Bishop James P. Shannon, Roman Catholic auxiliary bishop of Minneapolis and... Read more
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Sioux City Journal
Looking back at Vietnam: Tet Offensive and unrest at home jolt Americaprayer in Arlington National Cemetery, Feb. 6, 1968. Front row, from left: Rev.
Sioux City Journal / Posted 23 days ago
prayer in Arlington National Cemetery, Feb. 6, 1968. Front row, from left: Rev. Andrew Young, executive vice president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference; Bishop James P. Shannon, Roman Catholic auxiliary bishop of Minneapolis and... Read more
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The Bismarck Tribune
Looking back at Vietnam: Tet Offensive and unrest at home jolt Americaprayer in Arlington National Cemetery, Feb. 6, 1968. Front row, from left: Rev.
The Bismarck Tribune / Posted 23 days ago
prayer in Arlington National Cemetery, Feb. 6, 1968. Front row, from left: Rev. Andrew Young, executive vice president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference; Bishop James P. Shannon, Roman Catholic auxiliary bishop of Minneapolis and... Read more
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The Bismarck Tribune
Looking back at Vietnam War: Tet Offensive and unrest at home rattles Americaprayer in Arlington National Cemetery, Feb. 6, 1968. Front row, from left: Rev.
The Bismarck Tribune / Posted 23 days ago
prayer in Arlington National Cemetery, Feb. 6, 1968. Front row, from left: Rev. Andrew Young, executive vice president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference; Bishop James P. Shannon, Roman Catholic auxiliary bishop of Minneapolis and... Read more
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Arizona Daily Sun
Looking back at Vietnam War: Tet Offensive and unrest at home rattles Americaprayer in Arlington National Cemetery, Feb. 6, 1968. Front row, from left: Rev.
Arizona Daily Sun / Posted 23 days ago
prayer in Arlington National Cemetery, Feb. 6, 1968. Front row, from left: Rev. Andrew Young, executive vice president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference; Bishop James P. Shannon, Roman Catholic auxiliary bishop of Minneapolis and... Read more
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