Je veux travailler dans l'embassade des etats-unis pour...

Thezena Mistene - September 26 2016, 11:55 PM

je veux travailler dans l'embassade des etats-unis pour ameliorer ma vie et pour aider ma famille afin d'avoir une avenir meilleur

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