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Belgian town honours William Catley and RAF bomber crew

28 August 2013 Last updated at 21:22 BST

A Welsh RAF crewman has been honoured at a memorial in Belgium, 70 years after his plane was shot down there during World War II.

William Catley, from Blackwood, Caerphilly, was one of only three crew to survive.

They had to cross Nazi-occupied Europe to escape home.

From Brussels, Duncan Crawford reports.

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