Boston bombings memorial

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Moment of silence

A moment of silence was held in Boston and beyond as a tribute to the Boston Marathon bombings victims. See gallery

Runners observe a moment of silence to show support for Boston after a 3-mile run through the streets of Paris, France, on Monday. The run was organized to show solidarity with the victims of the April 15 Boston Marathon bombings.

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Hand to heart

Sabrina Fucile watches as a man next to her holds his hand to his heart during the funeral procession for Krystle Campbell, one of three people killed in the Boston Marathon bombings a week ago. The 29-year-old restaurant manager was raised in Medford. Mass. Gov. Deval Patrick asked residents to observe a moment of silence at the time of the first explosion at 2:50 p.m. Monday afternoon.

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Funeral Mass

Patty Campbell, center, walks out of the funeral Mass for her daughter, Krystle Campbell, with her son, Billy, right, at her side Monday at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Medford, Mass.

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Pallbearers for Krystle

Pallbearers carry the casket of Krystle Campbell to St. Joseph Catholic Church for her funeral in Medford, Mass., on Monday.

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Remembering Krystle

The funeral procession for Krystle Campbell passes a sign dedicated to her.

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Police escort

Police escort the funeral procession passing through Medford, Mass., for Krystle Campbell.

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Flag on his back

Devon Morancie of Littleton, Mass., wears a flag on his back as a crowd gathers outside the funeral for Boston Marathon bomb victim Krystle Campbell at St. Joseph's Church in Medford, Mass., on Monday.

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Funeral procession

The funeral procession for 29-year-old Krystle Campbell passes through Medford, Mass.

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Medford and Somerville guards

Medford and Somerville police line the street outside St. Joseph's Church in Medford, Mass., on Monday for the funeral of Boston Marathon bomb victim Krystle Campbell.

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Hugs at the memorial site

Holly Holland, right, hugs her daughter Katie, as her husband Kevin Holland looks on while visiting a makeshift memorial in Boston on Monday. The memorial sits on Boylston Street., not far from where two bombs exploded near the finish line of the Boston Marathon on April 15.

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Mourners file into church

Mourners file into St. Joseph's Church in Medford, Mass., Monday for Krystle Campbell's funeral.

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Memorial flowers

A woman holds a flower at a memorial on Boylston Street dedicated to the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings a week ago.

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A mother mourns

Patty Cambell, center, arrives with family members at St. Joseph's Church for the funeral of her daughter Krystle Campbell.

 

 

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Flags for Martin

A photograph of bombing victim Martin Richard, 8, is attached to a barricade in Boston on Monday at a makeshift memorial on the street not far from where two bombs exploded near the finish line of the Boston Marathon on April 15.

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Outside the memorial

People line up to be checked by security outside the Cathedral of the Holy Cross where President Obama is scheduled to attend an interfaith service for the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings.

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The President with the First Lady

The president and first lady listen during an interfaith memorial service at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross for the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing.

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Entering the Cathedral

President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama enter the Cathedral of the Holy Cross to attend an interfaith memorial service for the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing.

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Police patrol

Boston Police officers on bicycles are seen outside the Cathedral of the Holy Cross before an interfaith service for the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings.

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Holding a rosary

A nun holds a pair of rosary beads along with her ticket as she waits to enter the Cathedral of the Holy Cross.

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Moments of prayer

The president listens during an interfaith memorial service at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross for the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing.

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Volunteers embrace

Boston Marathon volunteers embrace as they wait to enter the Cathedral of the Holy Cross where President Obama is scheduled to attend a memorial for victims of the marathon bombing.

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Bombing victim arrives

Boston Marathon bombing victim David Yenez arrives at Thursday's memorial service.

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Watching the memorial

People watch President Barack Obama speak on television during Thursday's memorial service at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston.

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Cardinal Sean

President Barack Obama talks to Boston Archbishop Sean O'Malley during Thursday's memorial service honoring the victims of the bombing at the Boston Marathon.

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Meeting volunteers

President Barack Obama meets marathon volunteers at Cathedral High School after attending Thursday's memorial service.

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Interfaith speech

U.S. President Barack Obama speaks at an interfaith memorial service for the victims of the bombing at the Boston Marathon at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston

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Makeshift memorial

Alice Binns signs a card at a makeshift memorial along the Boston Marathon route.

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Healing the city

People attend Thursday's memorial, "Healing Our City: An Interfaith Service" dedicated to those who were gravely wounded or killed in the Boston Marathon bombing.

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Runners pray

Runners pray at Thursday's interfaith prayer service for victims of the Boston Marathon attack.

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Hugs of a nun

A nun hugs a woman at Thursday's interfaith prayer service at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston.

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