JFK death news sent 'wave of grief' around world

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Posted: Saturday, November 16, 2013 12:00 am

RUNNYMEDE, England (AP) - There is a quiet and somber feel to this small piece of America on an English hillside, near where the Magna Carta was signed eight centuries ago.

Only a trickle of visitors come to the John F. Kennedy Memorial, located on about a half-hectare (an acre) of land given to the people of the United States by Queen Elizabeth II in an unprecedented act of British affection for the fallen president.

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