Røde Kors' Genbrugsbutik fylder 25 år

Der er al mulig grund til at fejre og markere, når Dansk Røde Kors' genbrugsbutik i bymidten i Lillerød fylder 25 år. Det sker mandag 22. juni, hvor der i butikken hele ugen gives 25 procent raba…
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Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai arrested under new Chinese security law
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