PHOTOS Malta marks Remembrance Day

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Malta marks Remembrance Day

Xinhua

19:32, November 15, 2021

A low-flying AFM (Armed Forces of Malta) aircraft is seen at the Remembrance Day commemoration held at the War Monument just outside Valletta, Malta, on Nov. 14, 2021. Malta on Sunday held the commemoration, known as Remembrance Day, to remember victims who sacrificed their lives during the two world wars, with the participation of a restricted number of ex-servicemen and a smaller contingent of the Armed Forces of Malta, owing to COVID-19 restrictions. (Photo: Xinhua)

Ex-servicemen and a smaller contingent of the Armed Forces of Malta participate in the Remembrance Day commemoration held at the War Monument just outside Valletta, Malta, on Nov. 14, 2021. Malta on Sunday held the commemoration, known as Remembrance Day, to remember victims who sacrificed their lives during the two world wars, with the participation of a restricted number of ex-servicemen and a smaller contingent of the Armed Forces of Malta, owing to COVID-19 restrictions. (Photo: Xinhua)

Ex-servicemen and a smaller contingent of the Armed Forces of Malta participate in the Remembrance Day commemoration held at the War Monument just outside Valletta, Malta, on Nov. 14, 2021. Malta on Sunday held the commemoration, known as Remembrance Day, to remember victims who sacrificed their lives during the two world wars, with the participation of a restricted number of ex-servicemen and a smaller contingent of the Armed Forces of Malta, owing to COVID-19 restrictions. (Photo: Xinhua)

Ex-servicemen and a smaller contingent of the Armed Forces of Malta participate in the Remembrance Day commemoration held at the War Monument just outside Valletta, Malta, on Nov. 14, 2021. Malta on Sunday held the commemoration, known as Remembrance Day, to remember victims who sacrificed their lives during the two world wars, with the participation of a restricted number of ex-servicemen and a smaller contingent of the Armed Forces of Malta, owing to COVID-19 restrictions. (Photo: Xinhua)

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