St Johns students remember Pontian genocide
Students from St Johns College commemorated the Pontian genocide at a church service at St Efstathios
Students from St Johns College commemorated the Pontian genocide at a church service at St Efstathios. Pontian representative Charalambos Apostolidis, from Greece, visited the school on Tuesday and spoke to them about the importance and the significance of remembering the genocide.
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