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Honoring bombing victims the day after Boston Marathon

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Cousins Conor Gillis, 4, left, and Ben McCormick, 8, take part in a vigil on April 16, in Dorchester, Mass., for the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing.

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People gather with candles during a vigil for eight-year-old Martin Richard, from Dorchester, who was killed by an explosion near the finish line of the Boston Marathon on April 16, at Garvey Park in Boston, Massachusetts.

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People embrace during a vigil honoring the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings at the Boston Common in Boston, Mass., on April 16.

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People gather for a vigil on Boston Common as an investigation continues into dual bombings at the finish line of the Boston Marathon in Boston, Mass., on April 16.

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Emma MacDonald, 21, center, cries during a vigil for the victims of the Boston Marathon explosions at Boston Common, April 16.

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People move items from a vigil after the barricade they were hanging on was taken down and a portion of Boylston Street reopened a day after two explosions near the finish line of the Boston Marathon in Boston, Mass., on April 16.

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A woman places flowers at a barricade which has become a memorial site on Boylston St. at Berkeley St., a few blocks down from the two bomb sites in Boston, Mass., on April 16.

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Aaron Jasper, left, and Jackie Pickering hold flowers outside the barricaded entrance at Boylston Street near the finish line of the Boston Marathon in Boston, Mass., on April 16.

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Heightened security, empty streets, and memorials mark the the day after the Boston Marathon bombings.

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