Religion on TV

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Lorenzo Miriboch lives alone in a village that is Ladino where people have their own language.  He reads a Ladino newspaper and watches a funeral on television in honor of a soldier who was killed by Americans while rescuing an Italian journalist.  He was a farmer but was injured and has two pensions--one for his age, the other for his injury.
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Lorenzo Miriboch lives alone in a village that is Ladino where people have their own language. He reads a Ladino newspaper and watches a funeral on television in honor of a soldier who was killed by Americans while rescuing an Italian journalist. He was a farmer but was injured and has two pensions--one for his age, the other for his injury.
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