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Oklahoma City: A Decade of Adjustment, Rebuilding

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Oklahoma City: A Decade of Adjustment, Rebuilding

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Oklahoma City: A Decade of Adjustment, Rebuilding

Oklahoma City: A Decade of Adjustment, Rebuilding

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Rick and Farrah Luce embrace in front of their grandmother's memorial chair at the Oklahoma City National Memorial in Oklahoma City, April 18. Reuters hide caption

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Ten years ago Tuesday, Timothy McVeigh set off a fertilizer bomb in front of the Alfred P. Murrah federal building in Oklahoma City — killing 168 and injuring hundreds. This year's anniversary marks a decade of adjustment and rebuilding for the city's residents.

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