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'Today for the first time the world is commemorating International Day Commemorating the Victims of Acts of Violence Based on Religion or Belief.
Four new circulation coin designs from the Royal Mint featuring a Frankenstein design on a [pounds sterling]2 coin, centre, a [pounds sterling]2 coin commemorating the 100th anniversary of the First World War Armistice, bottom, a 50p coin featuring the Representation of the People Act, left, and a [pounds sterling]2 coin honouring the formation of the Royal Air Force in 1918, top
In early October, at a gathering commemorating the actual death anniversary, militants attacked another Shiite shrine in Kabul, killing 14.
In Hebron area, Muhammad Jawabra, 21, was shot dead by an Israeli sniper in al-Arroub refugee camp to the north of the city after Israeli forces attacked a rally commemorating Arafat's death, leading to confrontations.
GALLERY space is being offered to stage exhibitions commemorating World War I.
The higher committee for commemorating Nakba Day, along with the Higher National Committee for defending the Right of Return, said that a program of events will take place throughout the day in the West Bank.
Talks, films, art shows, and theater performances commemorating the Nakba will take place across the West Bank, and scout groups will perform in several cities.
Good Friday, also called Holy Friday, Black Friday, Great Friday, is a holiday observed primarily by adherents to Christianity commemorating the crucifixion of Jesus Christ and his death at Calvary.
This week CAN joins the rest of the world in commemorating World Cancer Day on 4 February.
The commemorating ceremony would be held in front of Mr.
NOW that November 11 has passed and commemorating those who lost their lives for Britain, I would like to remind everyone of a commemoration date yet to come.
"When commemorating the victims of World War II, it is rather out of place to speak of winners and losers; we are commemorating all the victims of this war," said the Estonian head of State.