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4 Jun 2021
As New York's classical music scene gets back on its feet, musicians from the New York Philharmonic perform at the Green-Wood cemetery during a dress rehearsal for the "Death of Classical" series.
1 May 2021
Aerial images of the Our Lady Aparecida Cemetery in Manaus, Amazonas state, as Brazil's death toll in the coronavirus pandemic surpasses 400,000. The grim milestone comes as the country struggles to secure enough vaccines and the Senate investigates whether President Jair Bolsonaro's government has exacerbated the crisis.
17 Dec 2019
A cemetery threatens to sack them from their homes. Temitope Bademosi reports that residents of Legacy road and Wonderland Estate, Amule, Ayobo, Lagos are appealing to the government to save them from a looming epidemic.
6 Nov 2019
Why Japan's oldest cemetery is becoming a tourist attraction
27 May 2017
People gather at Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Los Angeles to pay their respects to grunge rock icon Chris Cornell, who was found dead in his hotel room last week.

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