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Did You Know Russian President Vladimir Putin Presented America With A Beautiful Sculpture To Commemorate The Fallen Towers Of New York City, On The 5th Anniversary Of 9/11 ?
In fact the monument was a gift – an expression of grief – from the people of Russia to the US and officially named ‘To the struggle against world terrorism’.
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Did You Know Russian President Vladimir Putin Presented America With A Beautiful Sculpture To Commemorate The Fallen Towers Of New York City, On The 5th Anniversary Of 9/11 ?
In fact the monument was a gift – an expression of grief – from the people of Russia to the US and officially named ‘To the struggle against world terrorism’.
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