A makeshift memorial outside the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin in honor of the six people who were killed there.
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August 10, 2012 After a public wake and visitation this morning, members of the temple that was attacked will gather for an "akhand path." During that rite, priests will read aloud the religion's holy book. It will take about 48 hours.
Sikhs and others who wanted to show support gathered Wednesday night for a vigil in Manhattan.
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August 9, 2012 We're seeing their "capacity to look ahead, to heal, to be tolerant, to be understanding and to be calm and composed in the face of terrible grief or tragedy," India's ambassador to the U.S. tells NPR.
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August 8, 2012 Wade Michael Page told Pete Simi that the military taught him the deck was stacked against white people.
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August 8, 2012 Surveillance video appears to show that after a police officer shot Wade Michael Page in the stomach, the gunman took his own life with a shot in the head.
Mourners gathered Tuesday night in Oak Creek, Wis.
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August 8, 2012 Sunday's mass shooting in Wisconsin has put a spotlight on the religion. While heartbroken by their losses, those directly affected by Sunday's attack appear to be remaining true to their faith.
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In Brookfield, Wis., on Monday members of a Sikh community held a candle-light vigil for those who were killed and injured.
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August 7, 2012 While the gunman's story will continue to emerge, many are now focusing on who the victims were.
August 7, 2012 Officials say the FBI didn't open a formal investigation into Wade Michael Page about six years ago because he didn't seem to be a threat.
Activists of the Shiromani Akali Dal shout anti-US slogans during a protest near the U.S. embassy in New Delhi on Monday.
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August 6, 2012 Protesters demanded justice and stronger gun laws. Sikh parties vowed a protest at U.S. embassy in New Delhi.
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August 6, 2012 Satwant Singh Kaleka went after the gunman with a knife, authorities have told his son. That likely slowed the attacker enough to let others flee to safety. Kaleka, though, was gunned down.
August 6, 2012 Law enforcement officials confirm that the man they say was the gunman was Wade Michael Page, 40. Authorities are treating the attack as a possible act of domestic terrorism. They're looking at ties between Page white supremacist groups.
Anxiously waiting for word: Family and friends of those who were inside the Sikh temple gathered nearby as they waited for news about their loved ones.
August 5, 2012 The attack at a temple in a Milwaukee suburb is being investigated as a "domestic terrorist-type incident," police say.
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