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Spokane student examines shooting aftermath

Kylie Mohr, at the top of a church spire, Vor Frelsers Kirke (Church of Our Saviour) overlooking central Copenhagen. Photo by Ina Deljkic
Kylie Mohr, at the top of a church spire, Vor Frelsers Kirke (Church of Our Saviour) overlooking central Copenhagen. Photo by Ina Deljkic

A shooting at a free speech event last weekend in Copenhagen, Denmark, left two people dead and several others wounded, prompting a college student from Spokane to examine how close-knit Denmark is responding to the violence.

Kylie Mohr, a 2012 graduate of Saint George's School, is now a junior studying political science and journalism at Georgetown University. Mohr, who grew up in Spokane, is studying abroad for a year in Copenhagen. She interned with CNN last summer, has written for her college newspaper and is pursuing a career in journalism.

Mohr, who has been in Denmark for six months, has written an op-ed piece that will be published Saturday in The Spokesman-Review. A similar story she wrote appeared earlier this week in the Copehagen Post.

 

 



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