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Sophie Petronin

18 Dec 2020
We will show them Our signs in the universe and within themselves until it becomes clear to them that this˹Quran˺ is the truth... (Quran 41: 53)
25 Dec 2016
A Frenchwoman who runs an organisation for malnourished children has been kidnapped in Mali's restive north, France's foreign ministry confirmed on Sunday, as French troops joined in the search for the aid worker.
25 Dec 2016
A Frenchwoman who runs an organisation for malnourished children has been kidnapped in Mali's restive north, France's foreign ministry confirmed on Sunday, as French troops joined in the search for the aid worker.

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