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Nepal remembers AIDS victims ahead of World AIDS Day

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Kathmandu (Nepal), Nov. 30 (EFE / EPA), (Camera: Narendra Shrestha) .- Women and children of a rehabilitation home and orphanage for HIV patients located in Kathmandu remembered AIDS victims ahead of the World AIDS Day. FOOTAGE OF THE COMMEMORATION.

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