Shock and anguish after the massacre at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida. People all over the world have been attending vigils to show their solidarity with the dead and injured.
Thousands have met at a Las Vegas stadium ending a weekend of protest against President Donald Trump. The rally kicked off plans to register a million voters in time to oust Trump supporters from Congress in November.
From George Takei to J.K. Rowling, celebrities respond with shock and condolences to the Orlando shooting, in which 50 people were killed in a gay nightclub. Sunday night's Tony Awards were dedicated to the victims.
The shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando 'was an act of terror and an act of hate,' the US president said. World leaders have expressed 'the deepest feelings of horror and condemnation.'
Gays and lesbians have gathered in front of the US embassy in Berlin to mourn the victims of the Orlando shooting. Many said the attack has affected them personally, as they also experience hate in their everyday lives.
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