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ALBANIA-BRITAIN/PILOT
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March 09, 2015
Dorothy Webster, 92, the sister of British flight engineer Sergeant John Thompson, wears his wedding...
Tirana, Albania
Dorothy Webster, sister of British flight engineer Sergeant John Thompson, wears his wedding ring and...
Dorothy Webster, 92, the sister of British flight engineer Sergeant John Thompson, wears his wedding ring and holds a box containing the remains of his Halifax bomber during a ceremony held at the Ministry of Defence in Tirana March 9, 2015. Thompson crashed with his Handley Page Halifax bomber in the Albanian mountains during World War II. For seven decades, the bomber was believed to be at the bottom of the Adriatic Sea. Then, last October, a British and U.S. team climbed 6,000 feet (1,829 meters) into the Albanian mountains to locate its wreckage, which had been spotted by a villager out collecting herbs. Thompson's ring was found by Albanian villager Jaho Cala, while collecting metal and wood in the mountains. REUTERS/Arben Celi (ALBANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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