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NewsNet 11 Sep 2020

9/11 Memorial at Pentagon Goes On In Spite Of Pandemic

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This 19th memorial turned out to be a small, but heartfelt one.
Undeterred by the virus that threatens these very kind of gatherings.
A symbol of rebounding strength, be it pandemic or act of terror.
And a determination to come together… even in times like this.


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