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Jane Callen Nov 11
Chestnuts harvested from a single nut brought to Canada by a solider who was in Mons France when armistice was struck in 1918. The nut flourished and grew the tree from which these grew.
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Fab GOD #SOLAR Nov 12
Why is Israel punishing Palestine for Nazi War Crimes and Holocaust? ALL once lived together peacefully. Plant Olive Trees and let Palestinians have their way of life back. Thank you.
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Jean Luc Rich Nov 11
Counting on both of you to keep peace in this world. We all remembered today what is the cost of nationalism. You can protect your folk, while thinking global.
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Narjess Saidane Nov 11
« Insisting on the fact that 2 address today’s challenges, global approaches are essential, called on the Security Council to “inspire a return to international cooperation” & do more to overcome divisions.” »
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a peace of jerusalem Nov 12
Replying to @iyad_elbaghdadi
No. Let’s try something different.
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Cynthia Green Nov 11
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Esther Neh Nov 12
I think the only word he knows starting with P is his name. or was long taken out of his dictionary. Remember he is a and
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KCPax Nov 11
What the children of Barneville, France know, paint, draw, chose to focus on in their Centennial Armistice Day exhibits. @ Barneville-Plage,…
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Diane Marie Amann Nov 11
Re-upping 2017 post, in commemoration of
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Isabelle Magyar Nov 9
Solutions to humanity’s biggest challenges are just within our reach. On 11 to 13 November, the will reflect, debate and act on world governance. Join Elizabeth Nyamayaro #@ONUFemmesFR #@UN_Women
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Angela I Helped Vote Them Out Sherrer Nov 11
God bless them both. and are two of the strongest gatekeepers of peace remaining. 🙏🏾
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My Logo Brand Nov 15
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zboul Nov 12
Bonjour les potes ▶️ Peace Love And Understanding de A Perfect Circle
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Veronica Rodrigo Nov 13
It might be the end of the but a lot of work still needs to be done... Until next year, let’s keep in mind the words of : « Il ne peut pas y avoir de sans une bonne gouvernance mondiale. »
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Heiner Koch Nov 11
“Peace is not breaking out. Wars are easier started than ended”. Robert Innes in remembering World War One in presence of Weihbischof Matthias Heinrich
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Jo Fobelets Nov 10
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About Quotes Nov 14
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ActionContreLaFaim Nov 11
: we will attend the 🕊️ alongside other NGOs such as and to call on the international leaders! 👉 The time for action is now and we have to implement programs to tackle the causes linking hunger and conflicts.
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〽att Seyfang 🇺🇸 Nov 10
This picture is incredible. World War I was a bloody, murderous affair. 100 years later, we have this.
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Christian Prince Exaucé Nov 14
Bible prayer and meditation are the keys to success and the foundation of Christian life
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