Clayton Jones

Christian Science Monitor

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Chief Editorial Writer for the Christian Science Monitor, and its former foreign editor and long-time foreign correspondent

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With 24 dead and 237 injured, Glen Lewis, Mayor of Moore, Oklahoma, says the town's now gone "from rescue and searching to recovery." But rebuilding will be a long time coming.

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With 24 dead and 237 injured, Glen Lewis, Mayor of Moore, Oklahoma, says the town's now gone "from rescue and searching to recovery." But rebuilding will be a long time coming.

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