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The World Remembers The Victims Of Orlando Nightclub Shooting

Vigils were held across the U.S. and beyond for the 50 people who were killed in the shooting at gay nightclub Pulse.

Last updated on June 13, 2016, at 11:19 a.m. ET

Posted on June 12, 2016, at 11:44 p.m. ET

Orlando grieved on Sunday for the 50 people killed in a shooting at a gay nightclub, the largest mass shooting in U.S history. Around the country and the world, people gathered to remember the victims.

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Anchorage, Alaska

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Washington, D.C.

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Santiago, Chile

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Atlanta

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New York

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Read more here on the vigil at Stonewall, the birthplace of the LGBT rights movement.

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Miami Beach, Florida

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Guadalajara, Mexico

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Toronto

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Paris

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See messages of support from LGBT Parisians here.

Honolulu, Hawaii

Hawaii shows its support for the #OrlandoShooting victims at Honolulu City Hall. #PrayForOrlando

San Diego, California

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Guatemala City, Guatemala

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Frank Kits Park, Wellington, New Zealand

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Taylor Square, Sydney

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Sydney Harbour Bridge

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Dallas, Texas

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Hartford, Connecticut

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Tears well up in former Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra's eye as he speaks during a vigil organized by the state's Muslim and LGBT communities on the steps of the state Capitol building in Hartford, Connecticut, on Sunday, June 12, 2016.

Lake Eola, Orlando

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A man clutching a Bible grieves during a vigil for the victims of the terrorist massacre.

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A man clutching a Bible grieves during a vigil for the victims of the terrorist massacre.

San Francisco

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People place candles by a statue of Abraham Lincoln during a candlelight vigil for the victims of the Orlando attack.

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Bangkok, Thailand

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People like candles in solidarity with the victims outside the U.S. embassy in Bangkok.

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Seoul, South Korea

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People gather at a candle-lit vigil in downtown Seoul.

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Hong Kong

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A man holds up a poster at a vigil is put together by a number of LGBT organizations in Hong Kong.

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Hong Kong singers Anthony Wong (left) and Denise Ho — who recently came out publicly as gay — lay flowers at a vigil in the territory.

Berlin, Germany

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A sign and flowers lie on the ground outside the US Embassy during a vigil in the German capital.

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A man holds a bunch of flowers with ribbons reading 'Why Hatred? If there is love.' during the Berlin vigil.

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