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UPDATE: Vigil Remembers three Muslim students killed in NC

Update, 10:27 p.m. ET: According to UNC-Chapel Hill, thousands gathered at UNC-Chapel Hill this evening to remember Deah Shaddy Bakarat, Yusor Abu-Salha and Razan Abu-Salha; Time reports on it here.

The Washington Post reports on the dispute over whether the shooting was a hate crime or the result of a disagreement over parking, and includes more background on Hicks, including an interview with his wife of seven years, who says he was attending school full-time to become a paralegal. […]

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