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Commemoration for Titanic victims held in Halifax, Canada

(Xinhua)

13:10, April 16, 2012

People participate in the commemoration at the Fairview Lawn Cemetery in Halifax, Canada, April 15, 2012. Halifax, a port city located on the eastern coast of Canada, has an intricate connection between the "unsinkable" Titanic. The initial search and rescue efforts for survivors were launched from Halifax. Today, there are 150 Titanic victims rested at the Fairview Lawn, Mount Olivet and Baron de Hirch cemeteries in Halifax. (Xinhua/Wang Lei)
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