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January 12, 2010

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Oh my gosh, this is so sad. She really is a hero. I'm glad to know that people like this walk on this earth, whether or not we know their names.

She really a Hero , who did't care of her own life but work for human values which nowadys vanishing because of selfishness we should give honour to people like her so that humanity could survive

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