A boy adds a candle to a collection of flowers and candles placed outside the Kronan school in Trollhattan, Sweden, the scene of Thursday's attack, in Tollhattan, Saturday, Oct. 24, 2015. (Adam Ihse/TT via AP)
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Several hundred students returned to class under heightened security Monday after a racially motivated attack claimed the lives of two people at their school in southwestern Sweden 11 days ago.The Kronan school for six- to 15-year-olds reopened for just four hours, according to the Swedish news agency TT. Some of the youngsters were accompanied by their parents to the school, but no outsiders were allowed in. A teenage student and a teacher were also wounded in the attack before police shot and killed the assailant.
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