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Sentries Return After Soldier Killed at National War Memorial in Canada

Canadian Army soldiers carry the casket carrying Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, two days after he was shot dead by a gunman while he guarded the National War Memorial, to a hearse during a precession from Ottawa to Cirillo's hometown of Hamilton, Ontario, on October 24, 2014 in Ottawa, Canada. After killing Cirillo the gunman stormed the main parliament building, terrorizing the public and politicians, before he was shot dead. (Andrew Burton/Getty Images)
Canadian Army soldiers carry the casket carrying Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, two days after he was shot dead by a gunman while he guarded the National War Memorial, to a hearse during a precession from Ottawa to Cirillo's hometown of Hamilton, Ontario, on October 24, 2014 in Ottawa, Canada. After killing Cirillo the gunman stormed the main parliament building, terrorizing the public and politicians, before he was shot dead. (Andrew Burton/Getty Images)

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