Close-knit movement for peace

German peace activist Christa Senberg posing with an old diesel locomotive covered with knitted works in Zossen, Germany. The movement, "Knitting for Peace", which was co-initiated by Ms Senberg, is being held for the second time after its success in
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German peace activist Christa Senberg posing with an old diesel locomotive covered with knitted works in Zossen, Germany. The movement, "Knitting for Peace", which was co-initiated by Ms Senberg, is being held for the second time after its success in 2013, when knitting and crochet enthusiasts from Germany and other countries dedicated themselves to turning diesel locomotives into symbols for peace.

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