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写真 | 2018年 08月 30日 03:40 JST

John McCain lies in state

Cindy McCain, wife of Senator John McCain, touches the casket during a memorial service at the Arizona Capitol in Phoenix, Arizona, August 29, 2018. Ross D. Franklin/Pool via REUTERS

Cindy McCain, wife of Senator John McCain, touches the casket during a memorial service at the Arizona Capitolmore

Cindy McCain, wife of Senator John McCain, touches the casket during a memorial service at the Arizona Capitol in Phoenix, Arizona, August 29, 2018. Ross D. Franklin/Pool via REUTERS
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Cindy McCain and her son John follow the casket of John McCain into the Arizona State Capitol where he will lie in state in Phoenix. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

Cindy McCain and her son John follow the casket of John McCain into the Arizona State Capitol where he will limore

Cindy McCain and her son John follow the casket of John McCain into the Arizona State Capitol where he will lie in state in Phoenix. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
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Meghan McCain, daughter of John McCain, cries during a memorial service. Jae C. Hong/Pool via REUTERS

Meghan McCain, daughter of John McCain, cries during a memorial service. Jae C. Hong/Pool via REUTERS

Meghan McCain, daughter of John McCain, cries during a memorial service. Jae C. Hong/Pool via REUTERS
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The Arizona National Guard carries the casket into the museum rotunda during a memorial service. Jae C. Hong/Pool via REUTERS

The Arizona National Guard carries the casket into the museum rotunda during a memorial service. Jae C. Hong/Pmore

The Arizona National Guard carries the casket into the museum rotunda during a memorial service. Jae C. Hong/Pool via REUTERS
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John McCain's wife Cindy and their sons James (L) and John (R) follow Senator McCain's casket into the Arizona State Capitol. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

John McCain's wife Cindy and their sons James (L) and John (R) follow Senator McCain's casket into the Arizonamore

John McCain's wife Cindy and their sons James (L) and John (R) follow Senator McCain's casket into the Arizona State Capitol. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
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The Arizona National Guard carries the casket of John McCain during a memorial service. Rob Schumacher/Pool via REUTERS

The Arizona National Guard carries the casket of John McCain during a memorial service. Rob Schumacher/Pool vimore

The Arizona National Guard carries the casket of John McCain during a memorial service. Rob Schumacher/Pool via REUTERS
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Mourners touch the casket during a memorial service. Jae C. Hong/Pool via REUTERS

Mourners touch the casket during a memorial service. Jae C. Hong/Pool via REUTERS

Mourners touch the casket during a memorial service. Jae C. Hong/Pool via REUTERS
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John McCain's daughters Meghan (L) and Bridget (R) follow Senator McCain's casket into the Arizona State Capitol. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

John McCain's daughters Meghan (L) and Bridget (R) follow Senator McCain's casket into the Arizona State Capitmore

John McCain's daughters Meghan (L) and Bridget (R) follow Senator McCain's casket into the Arizona State Capitol. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
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Cindy McCain, wife of John McCain, sits with her sons Jack and Jimmy, and daughter Meghan during a memorial service. Ross D. Franklin/Pool via REUTERS

Cindy McCain, wife of John McCain, sits with her sons Jack and Jimmy, and daughter Meghan during a memorial semore

Cindy McCain, wife of John McCain, sits with her sons Jack and Jimmy, and daughter Meghan during a memorial service. Ross D. Franklin/Pool via REUTERS
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Meghan McCain, daughter of John McCain, cries over the casket during a memorial service. Jae C. Hong/Pool via REUTERS

Meghan McCain, daughter of John McCain, cries over the casket during a memorial service. Jae C. Hong/Pool via more

Meghan McCain, daughter of John McCain, cries over the casket during a memorial service. Jae C. Hong/Pool via REUTERS
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An honor guard salutes as the casket of John McCain arrives at the Arizona State Capitol. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

An honor guard salutes as the casket of John McCain arrives at the Arizona State Capitol. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

An honor guard salutes as the casket of John McCain arrives at the Arizona State Capitol. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
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The Arizona National Guard carries the casket into the museum rotunda. Ross D. Franklin/Pool via REUTERS

The Arizona National Guard carries the casket into the museum rotunda. Ross D. Franklin/Pool via REUTERS

The Arizona National Guard carries the casket into the museum rotunda. Ross D. Franklin/Pool via REUTERS
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John McCain's wife Cindy and their sons James (L) and John (3rd L) follow Senator McCain's casket into the Arizona State Capitol. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

John McCain's wife Cindy and their sons James (L) and John (3rd L) follow Senator McCain's casket into the Arimore

John McCain's wife Cindy and their sons James (L) and John (3rd L) follow Senator McCain's casket into the Arizona State Capitol. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
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Cindy McCain, wife of John McCain, touches the casket during a memorial service. Jae C. Hong/Pool via REUTERS

Cindy McCain, wife of John McCain, touches the casket during a memorial service. Jae C. Hong/Pool via REUTERS

Cindy McCain, wife of John McCain, touches the casket during a memorial service. Jae C. Hong/Pool via REUTERS
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John McCain's wife Cindy and their sons James (L) and John (R) follow Senator McCain's casket into the Arizona State Capitol. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

John McCain's wife Cindy and their sons James (L) and John (R) follow Senator McCain's casket into the Arizonamore

John McCain's wife Cindy and their sons James (L) and John (R) follow Senator McCain's casket into the Arizona State Capitol. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
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Cindy McCain, wife of John McCain, sits with her son Jack during a memorial service. Jae C. Hong/Pool via REUTERS

Cindy McCain, wife of John McCain, sits with her son Jack during a memorial service. Jae C. Hong/Pool via REUTmore

Cindy McCain, wife of John McCain, sits with her son Jack during a memorial service. Jae C. Hong/Pool via REUTERS
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Members of the public listen to a private ceremony while waiting in line to pay their respects. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

Members of the public listen to a private ceremony while waiting in line to pay their respects. REUTERS/Brian more

Members of the public listen to a private ceremony while waiting in line to pay their respects. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
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