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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.
Today on UAE Commemoration Day, we remember and pay respects to all who have given their lives in the UAE and abroad in civil, military and humanitarian service.
The Amalgamation Of Official Northern Ireland Supporters Clubs has put together an itinerary of places to visit and pay respects. Soldiers from here were among the tens of thousands who went over the top to fight the Germans in July 1916 and they were widely praised for their bravery at the Somme.
The councillor was supposed to be there to pay respects to the dead of all wars over the past 100-plus years.
For many of the world's hundreds of millions of Muslims, Eid al-Fitr begins with a cemetery visit to pay respects to ancestors.
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.
PAGE 7 Paying respect MERSEYSIDE united to pay respects to our fallen war dead yesterday.
Meanwhile mourners were today gathering at Hereford cathedral to pay respects to SAS hero John McAleese's soldier son, Sgt Paul McAleese, 29, who died in an explosion in Afghanistan after going to the aid of a comrade in August.
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 Armed Forces Memorial in Alrewas, near Lichfield, Staffordshire, hosted the tribute, marking the efforts of more than 100,000 members of the forces during their 15-year deployment in the country, and to pay respects to those who did not return.