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Woman plays Auld Lang Syne amid debris from Beirut blast

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Woman plays Auld Lang Syne amid debris from Beirut blast

Woman plays Auld Lang Syne amid debris from Beirut blast

Amid the debris and damage of an apartment caught in Beirut's blast, an elderly woman plays Auld Lang Syne on the piano.View on euronews


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