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October 2, 2015 Brooklyn Daily Eagle
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OREGON — Students Mourn Shootout Losses: Meriah Calvert prays by candles spelling out the initials for Umpqua Community College after a candlelight vigil in Roseburg on Thursday. A man opened fire at the school before dying in a shootout with police.

CALIFORNIA — National Park Celebrates Anniversary: Visitors to Yosemite Valley look toward clouds forming around El Capitan after a rainstorm following the celebration for the 125th anniversary of Yosemite National Park on Thursday.

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TOKYO — Opposition Groups Rally: Protesters hold placards against Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at a rally on Friday. Abe’s government has pushed to enhance the role of the country’s military in national defense and in global peacekeeping. It passed new laws during a chaotic parliamentary session last month that allow the country’s troops to also defend their allies, mainly the U.S., overseas.

MISSOURI — Little Gymnast Has Big Goals: In this Sept. 14 photo, Melinda Olson does a cartwheel on the balance beam in Columbia. Instead of asking for birthday presents this year, Melinda asked her mom to create a Go-Fund-Me account to help raise money so she can participate in the state gymnastics competition.

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