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However, I think that advancing Russian-Turkish relations will be the best way to pay respects to him, as he had contributed much to this process," Yerkhov said.
IN THE DARK: Jean Taylor is furious Michael Wynne was briefly released to pay respects to his sister, without her knowledge
Islamabad, April 2 (BNA) - Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari will pay a private visit to India on April 8 to pray and pay respects at the shrine of Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti in Ajmer.
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Former heavyweight champions Ali and Larry Holmes and promoter Don King were among those to pay respects at the private funeral Monday.
The Indonesian Consulate General has taken this decision to express solidarity and affection to the government and the people of Pakistan at this time of catastrophe caused by the devastating floods and to pay respects to the flood victims.
SADNESS: Soldiers carry coffin, top, as mourners pay respects.
AMATEUR footballers of yesteryear will join family and friends to pay respects to muchrespected former Nuneaton club manager Bill Malone.
TRAGEDY: US officers pay respects after four colleagues were killed
North Korea sent messages to South Korea on Thursday that it will lift cross-border traffic restrictions imposed since December and restore a direct contact channel at the border, at least during the upcoming trip of its delegation to Seoul to pay respects to the late South Korean President Kim Dae Jung, Yonhap News Agency reported.
During the Israeli visit of Benedict XVI, May 8-15, the pontiff will pay respects to Holocaust victims at Yad Vashem but he will refrain from visiting the museum featuring an exhibit critical of wartime Pope Pius XII.
The soldiers who fell in Iraq and Afghanistan are taken along the three-mile road into the town where residents, shopkeepers and members of the British Legion pay respects.