Vigils across the US have been taking place to remember the 49 people killed last weekend in an attack on a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida. In Europe, thousands marched in solidarity, while the Brandenburg Gate was bathed in rainbow colors.
Canada's heritage minister has promised that the plaque used to inaugurate the National Holocaust Monument last week will be changed. The original failed to mention the murder of Jewish people by name.
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.
Thousands of people have gathered to hold vigils in dozens of American cities in honor of Orlando victims. A Russian gay couple was reportedly detained while leaving a tribute outside of the US embassy in Moscow.
At least five of the 49 people killed in last weekend's massacre have been buried with more funerals expected over the weekend. Families are being given funds to fly to Florida and to help pay for burials.
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