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Twilight star remembers Nazi victims

    The actress was in Berlin to promote the latest Twilight film
    The actress was in Berlin to promote the latest Twilight film

    Twilight star Kristen Stewart has paid her respects to victims of the Holocaust on a visit to Berlin.

    The actress, 20, was accompanied by minders as she walked around the Monument to the Murdered Jews of Europe.

    Comprising nearly 3000 white concrete blocks, the memorial opened in 2005 to mark the 60th anniversary of the end of the Holocaust.

    Ms Stewart was in the German capital to promote the latest outing in the Twilight saga, Eclipse.

    The film, in which the actress plays a teenager in love with brooding vampire Edward Cullen, opens in British cinemas on July 9.

    She can also soon be seen in a biopic of musician Joan Jett.

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