Emotion shifts in Beijing after tragedy quickly strikes Games
BEIJING -- A city that seemingly has a police and military presence on every street corner suddenly feels less secure.
A city bathing in the afterglow of a transcendent Opening Ceremony suddenly seems less ebullient.
A city energized by the beginning of widespread Olympic events suddenly finds the competition less important.
That's the gut reaction to the jarring, tragic news that the father-in-law of U.S. men's volleyball coach Hugh McCutcheon was killed ...
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