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Holocaust survivor Mordechai Ronen (C) from the US is comforted by his son as he is overcome by emotion standing next to President of the World Jewish Congress Ronald Lauder (2nd R) as he arrives at the former Auschwitz concentration camp in Oswiecim on 26 January 2015
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British Cadbury's Dairy Milk contains more cocoa than the US version and lists its first ingredient as milk; in the US it's sugar
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