The Orlando massacre has shocked all of America. But the LGBT community is determined not to be intimidated. And help is flooding in from all corners. Deutsche Welle is talking to members of the LGBT community doing whatever they can to help.
Multiple people have reportedly been killed during a shooting at a workplace in Orlando in the US state of Florida. The situation at the crime scene is now under control.
A senior US House member and other victims were rushed to hospital after a gunman opened fire on lawmakers at a baseball field. Congressman Steve Scalise, among several hit during the attack, is in critical condition.
US President Barack Obama has described the deadly mass shooting in Orlando as an 'act of terror and an act of hate.' The gunman who killed 49 people at a gay night club was previously known to the FBI.
A 26-year-old suspect is being questioned by police after killing five people at Fort Lauderdale airport. Esteban Santiago, an Iraq war veteran, had reportedly been receiving psychological treatment.
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