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Newtown begins laying to rest the littlest victims of the school massacre

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Veronique Pozner, centre with back to camera is comforted by friends and family following a funeral service for her son, 6-year-old Noah Pozner in Fairfield, Connecticut.

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The faces of some of the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting are displayed on roses at a makeshift memorial in Newtown, Connecticut. Cautious educators and police locked down schools at the first hint of trouble on Monday as nervous parents sent their kids back to school for the first time since the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut.

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Veronique Pozner, centre, waves to the media following a funeral service for her son, 6-year-old Noah Pozner in Fairfield, Connecticut. Pozner was one of 20 children killed in the Sandy Hook school shooting.

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A woman carries a teddy bear to a makeshift memorial in Newtown, Connecticut. Twelve girls, eight boys and six adult women were killed in a shooting on Friday at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown.

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Mourners are seen outside the funeral for Noah Pozner, 6, in Fairfield, Connecticut.

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Mourners are seen outside the funeral for Noah Pozner, 6, in Fairfield, Connecticut.

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Mourners are seen outside the funeral for Noah Pozner, 6, in Fairfield, Connecticut.

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Mourners are seen outside the funeral for Noah Pozner, 6, in Fairfield, Connecticut.

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