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One year after mass shooting at LGBTQ+ nightclub, community feels supported but says work remains to be done – News21USA

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado — After the mass shooting last November at an LGBTQ+ nightclub in Colorado Springs that turned a drag queen’s birthday celebration into a massacre, the conservative community was forced to reckon with its reputation for being unwelcoming to gay people, lesbians and transgender. Exactly what motivated the shooter, who did not grow

Memphis shooting suspect found dead after hour-long chase
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Memphis shooting suspect found dead after hour-long chase – News21USA

A man suspected of shooting to death three women and a 13-year-old girl in Memphis was found dead early Sunday with what appeared to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound, police said, ending an hours-long search. Police said the man, Mavis Christian Jr., 52, was involved in shootings at three locations on Saturday, in which four

Venezuela urges judges to stop resumption of ICC investigation
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Venezuela urges judges to stop resumption of ICC investigation – News21USA

THE HAGUE (News21USA) – Venezuela objected on Tuesday to the decision of the International Criminal Court (ICC) to resume an investigation into alleged human rights abuses that could amount to crimes against humanity by Venezuelan officials. Venezuela’s lawyer, Ben Emmerson, argued that the prosecution had not indicated clearly enough which cases it is investigating, so

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