Extrait du film n° 2 - Holbein - Les Ambassadeurs - Rendez-vous avec la mort
Deuxième extrait du film : un portrait atypique... Acheter le DVD : http://goo.gl/cWtp1 La page du film : http://goo.gl/Eu6iH
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Klartext 2010-10-28
På torsdagen handlade Klartextt mycket om brott. En man i Örebro har erkännt att han på något sätt har varit inblandad i flera våldtäkter och försök till våldtäkter. Dessutom har polisen tagit fast en man i Malmö som är misstänkt för att ha skjutit två personer.
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There’s a consensus here that m

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