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Santa Fe school shooting: Tears at vigil for victims

BBC News Saturday, 19 May 2018
Santa Fe school shooting: Tears at vigil for victimsMemories are shared at a vigil for those who died when a pupil opened fire at Santa Fe High School.
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Memories are shared at a vigil for those who died when a pupil opened fire at Santa Fe High School.

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