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Today, the Monday after the attack, all of the flags were at half mast. Everything continued as normal, as if nothing had happened. Yet there was an intensity in the air. I didn’t notice the increased police, but it was easy to feel the increased security. [excerpt]
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Okell, Emma R., "In the Absence of Peace" (2015). SURGE. 235.
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