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Mourners console each other following the funeral of Sapper Patrick Cengiz Azimkar outside the Royal Military Chapel at Wellington Barracks in London, on March 20, 2009. The funeral was held Friday of a second British soldier shot dead in Northern Ireland in an attack that raised fears of a return of violence in the province. Sapper Cengiz 'Patrick' Azimkar, 21, was gunned down outside the Massereene Barracks in Antrim, northwest of Belfast, on March 7 in an attack claimed by a dissident republican group. By Adrian Dennis/AFP/Getty Images.

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