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  • A McWhopper for world peace
  • A McWhopper for world peace
    Fumiaki Yoshimatsu (2008) ©
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A McWhopper for world peace

Burger King is seeking a truce with McDonald’s in the interest of the International Day of Peace – an initiative helmed by UN-backed nonprofit Peace One Day. Its proposal? The building of the McWhopper – a hybrid of each of the brands' signature burgers – available for one day only.

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