They came all week, bringing wreaths, candles, teddy bears and bunches of flowers. Germans, bowed in repentance and horror, and Turks, gripped by fear and loss, laid their tributes outside the three-storey white house at 81 Untere Wernerstrasse in the west German city of Solingen.
Two years ago, when Melanie Wilson walked out of Nelson High School in Burlington, Ont., life seemed full of promise. The Grade 11 student was engaged to be married, and was expecting her first baby. But Wilson, now 20, says that she soon realized that she had shortchanged herself and within a year was registered at a new high school—and enjoying it.By TOM FENNELL6 min
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