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Norm ellison
Sat, 2 Jun 2012 12:29 EDT
Captain Paul Watson
The Government of Germany Is holding Sea Shepard Captain Paul Watson For activities related to protecting endangered marine species. The government of Japan in regards to illegal whaling has returned to a disregard for law and life reminiscent of WW II era policies and it is the sincere hope of many citizens of the world that Germany will not follow that path resulting in a loss of honor and justice. THE WORLD IS WATCHING!
terhas mekonen
Mon, 11 Oct 2010 09:30 EDT
my son is germany citizen and i wont to nenew hie germany visa and i like to see the counsel.
N. Reh
Thu, 12 Aug 2010 11:40 EDT
request for information
I am an American citizen and just became 65 years of age. From 1971 to 1984, I lived in Germany and paid voluntary contributions into the BfA (Bundesversicherungsanstalt fuer Angestellte) during the times when I was not working. Please let me know how I can apply for any benefits, which are now due to me! Thanks!
Mit freundlichen Gruessen, NR

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