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People mourn children and teachers killed in Texas

A person holds a candle during a solidarity vigil for the Uvalde, Texas, community after a mass shooting at Robb Elementary school, at Trinity Episcopal Church in Newtown, Connecticut, U.S., May 26, 2022.
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A person holds a candle during a solidarity vigil for the Uvalde, Texas, community after a mass shooting at Robb Elementary school, at Trinity Episcopal Church in Newtown, Connecticut, U.S., May 26, 2022. REUTERS/Bryan Woolston

A person holds a candle during a solidarity vigil for the Uvalde, Texas, community after a mass shooting at Robb Elementary school, at Trinity Episcopal Church in Newtown, Connecticut, U.S., May 26, 2022. REUTERS/Bryan Woolston
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A Texas Department of Public Safety officer stands in front of crosses with the names of victims of a school shooting, at a memorial outside Robb Elementary school, two days after a gunman killed nineteen children and two adults, in Uvalde, Texas. 
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A Texas Department of Public Safety officer stands in front of crosses with the names of victims of a school shooting, at a memorial outside Robb Elementary school, two days after a gunman killed nineteen children and two adults, in Uvalde, Texas....more

A Texas Department of Public Safety officer stands in front of crosses with the names of victims of a school shooting, at a memorial outside Robb Elementary school, two days after a gunman killed nineteen children and two adults, in Uvalde, Texas. REUTERS/Marco Bello
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A girl leaves flowers at a memorial in Town Square in front of the county courthouse, two days after a gunman killed nineteen children and two adults, in Uvalde, Texas.  REUTERS/Marco Bello

A girl leaves flowers at a memorial in Town Square in front of the county courthouse, two days after a gunman killed nineteen children and two adults, in Uvalde, Texas. REUTERS/Marco Bello

A girl leaves flowers at a memorial in Town Square in front of the county courthouse, two days after a gunman killed nineteen children and two adults, in Uvalde, Texas. REUTERS/Marco Bello
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Austyn Jones writes a message for the victims of the mass shooting at the Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas at the "When I Grow Up" memorial service, in Boston, Massachusetts.  REUTERS/Brian Snyder

Austyn Jones writes a message for the victims of the mass shooting at the Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas at the "When I Grow Up" memorial service, in Boston, Massachusetts.  REUTERS/Brian Snyder

Austyn Jones writes a message for the victims of the mass shooting at the Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas at the "When I Grow Up" memorial service, in Boston, Massachusetts.  REUTERS/Brian Snyder
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Flowers, candles and pictures are left in front of crosses with the names of victims of a school shooting, at a memorial outside Robb Elementary school, after a gunman killed nineteen children and two teachers, in Uvalde, Texas.  REUTERS/Marco Bello

Flowers, candles and pictures are left in front of crosses with the names of victims of a school shooting, at a memorial outside Robb Elementary school, after a gunman killed nineteen children and two teachers, in Uvalde, Texas. REUTERS/Marco Bello

Flowers, candles and pictures are left in front of crosses with the names of victims of a school shooting, at a memorial outside Robb Elementary school, after a gunman killed nineteen children and two teachers, in Uvalde, Texas. REUTERS/Marco Bello
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Brianna Ayala (C) is held by Emily Gamez as they gather at the memorial cross of Nevaeh Bravo, who was killed in a mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. Crosses for all the victims were set up at the county courthouse.  REUTERS/Nuri Vallbona

Brianna Ayala (C) is held by Emily Gamez as they gather at the memorial cross of Nevaeh Bravo, who was killed in a mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. Crosses for all the victims were set up at the county courthouse. ...more

Brianna Ayala (C) is held by Emily Gamez as they gather at the memorial cross of Nevaeh Bravo, who was killed in a mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. Crosses for all the victims were set up at the county courthouse. REUTERS/Nuri Vallbona
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A message in solidarity with victims of the Robb Elementary school shooting is written on a storefront window, in Uvalde, Texas.  REUTERS/Marco Bello

A message in solidarity with victims of the Robb Elementary school shooting is written on a storefront window, in Uvalde, Texas. REUTERS/Marco Bello

A message in solidarity with victims of the Robb Elementary school shooting is written on a storefront window, in Uvalde, Texas. REUTERS/Marco Bello
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A woman reacts during a mass at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church a day after a gunman killed 19 children and two teachers at Robb Elementary School, in Uvalde, Texas.  REUTERS/Marco Bello

A woman reacts during a mass at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church a day after a gunman killed 19 children and two teachers at Robb Elementary School, in Uvalde, Texas. REUTERS/Marco Bello

A woman reacts during a mass at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church a day after a gunman killed 19 children and two teachers at Robb Elementary School, in Uvalde, Texas. REUTERS/Marco Bello
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Jordan Gomes, a survivor of the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary school, speaks next to U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal during a rally for the Uvalde, Texas, community after a mass shooting at Robb Elementary school, at Trinity Episcopal Church in Newtown, Connecticut.  REUTERS/Bryan Woolston

Jordan Gomes, a survivor of the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary school, speaks next to U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal during a rally for the Uvalde, Texas, community after a mass shooting at Robb Elementary school, at Trinity Episcopal Church in...more

Jordan Gomes, a survivor of the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary school, speaks next to U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal during a rally for the Uvalde, Texas, community after a mass shooting at Robb Elementary school, at Trinity Episcopal Church in Newtown, Connecticut. REUTERS/Bryan Woolston
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Ciria Favila, 66, who drove about an hour to get to the city, prays two days after the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School that resulted in the death of 19 children, two teachers and the gunman, in front the county courthouse in Uvalde, Texas.  REUTERS/Veronica G. Cardenas

Ciria Favila, 66, who drove about an hour to get to the city, prays two days after the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School that resulted in the death of 19 children, two teachers and the gunman, in front the county courthouse in Uvalde, Texas....more

Ciria Favila, 66, who drove about an hour to get to the city, prays two days after the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School that resulted in the death of 19 children, two teachers and the gunman, in front the county courthouse in Uvalde, Texas.  REUTERS/Veronica G. Cardenas
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A memorial cross for Amerie J. Garza, one of the victims of a mass shooting at Robb Elementary School that resulted in 19 children and two teachers dead in addition to the gunman being killed on the scene in Uvalde, Texas.  REUTERS/Veronica G. Cardenas

A memorial cross for Amerie J. Garza, one of the victims of a mass shooting at Robb Elementary School that resulted in 19 children and two teachers dead in addition to the gunman being killed on the scene in Uvalde, Texas.  REUTERS/Veronica G....more

A memorial cross for Amerie J. Garza, one of the victims of a mass shooting at Robb Elementary School that resulted in 19 children and two teachers dead in addition to the gunman being killed on the scene in Uvalde, Texas.  REUTERS/Veronica G. Cardenas
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Aviva Balani writes a message for the victims of the mass shooting at the Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas at the "When I Grow Up" memorial service, in Boston, Massachusetts.  REUTERS/Brian Snyder

Aviva Balani writes a message for the victims of the mass shooting at the Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas at the "When I Grow Up" memorial service, in Boston, Massachusetts.  REUTERS/Brian Snyder

Aviva Balani writes a message for the victims of the mass shooting at the Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas at the "When I Grow Up" memorial service, in Boston, Massachusetts.  REUTERS/Brian Snyder
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Worshipers gather to sing and pray at Primera Iglesia Bautista, two days after a mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas.  REUTERS/Nuri Vallbona

Worshipers gather to sing and pray at Primera Iglesia Bautista, two days after a mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas. REUTERS/Nuri Vallbona

Worshipers gather to sing and pray at Primera Iglesia Bautista, two days after a mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas. REUTERS/Nuri Vallbona
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People gather at Robb Elementary School, the scene of a mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas.  REUTERS/Nuri Vallbona

People gather at Robb Elementary School, the scene of a mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas. REUTERS/Nuri Vallbona

People gather at Robb Elementary School, the scene of a mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas. REUTERS/Nuri Vallbona
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Worshipers gather to sing and pray at Primera Iglesia Bautista, two days after a mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas.  REUTERS/Nuri Vallbona

Worshipers gather to sing and pray at Primera Iglesia Bautista, two days after a mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas. REUTERS/Nuri Vallbona

Worshipers gather to sing and pray at Primera Iglesia Bautista, two days after a mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas. REUTERS/Nuri Vallbona
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A boy writes a message on a memorial cross for Layla Salazar at a memorial in Town Square in front of the county courthouse, two days after a gunman killed nineteen children and two adults, in Uvalde, Texas. REUTERS/Marco Bello

A boy writes a message on a memorial cross for Layla Salazar at a memorial in Town Square in front of the county courthouse, two days after a gunman killed nineteen children and two adults, in Uvalde, Texas. REUTERS/Marco Bello

A boy writes a message on a memorial cross for Layla Salazar at a memorial in Town Square in front of the county courthouse, two days after a gunman killed nineteen children and two adults, in Uvalde, Texas. REUTERS/Marco Bello
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People react in front of a memorial outside Robb Elementary school, two days after a gunman killed nineteen children and two adults, in Uvalde, Texas. REUTERS/Marco Bello

People react in front of a memorial outside Robb Elementary school, two days after a gunman killed nineteen children and two adults, in Uvalde, Texas. REUTERS/Marco Bello

People react in front of a memorial outside Robb Elementary school, two days after a gunman killed nineteen children and two adults, in Uvalde, Texas. REUTERS/Marco Bello
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Kristin Parker writes "I'm Sorry We Failed You" for the victims of the mass shooting at the Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas at the "When I Grow Up" memorial service, in Boston, Massachusetts.  REUTERS/Brian Snyder

Kristin Parker writes "I'm Sorry We Failed You" for the victims of the mass shooting at the Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas at the "When I Grow Up" memorial service, in Boston, Massachusetts.  REUTERS/Brian Snyder

Kristin Parker writes "I'm Sorry We Failed You" for the victims of the mass shooting at the Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas at the "When I Grow Up" memorial service, in Boston, Massachusetts.  REUTERS/Brian Snyder
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Children react during a vigil at Uvalde County Fairplex Arena, in Uvalde, Texas.  REUTERS/Marco Bello

Children react during a vigil at Uvalde County Fairplex Arena, in Uvalde, Texas. REUTERS/Marco Bello

Children react during a vigil at Uvalde County Fairplex Arena, in Uvalde, Texas. REUTERS/Marco Bello
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A police officer sets flowers from someone mourning at a memorial at Robb Elementary School days after a mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas.  Briana Sanchez/American-Statesman/USA Today Network via REUTERS

A police officer sets flowers from someone mourning at a memorial at Robb Elementary School days after a mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas.  Briana Sanchez/American-Statesman/USA Today Network via REUTERS

A police officer sets flowers from someone mourning at a memorial at Robb Elementary School days after a mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas.  Briana Sanchez/American-Statesman/USA Today Network via REUTERS
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A girl holds a candle during a solidarity vigil for the Uvalde, Texas, community after a mass shooting at Robb Elementary school, at Trinity Episcopal Church in Newtown, Connecticut.  REUTERS/Bryan Woolston

A girl holds a candle during a solidarity vigil for the Uvalde, Texas, community after a mass shooting at Robb Elementary school, at Trinity Episcopal Church in Newtown, Connecticut. REUTERS/Bryan Woolston

A girl holds a candle during a solidarity vigil for the Uvalde, Texas, community after a mass shooting at Robb Elementary school, at Trinity Episcopal Church in Newtown, Connecticut. REUTERS/Bryan Woolston
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A A 1st grade student in Newtown when the Sandy hook shooting happened and her mother attend a solidarity vigil for the Uvalde, Texas, community after a mass shooting at Robb Elementary school, at Trinity Episcopal Church in Newtown, Connecticut. 
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A A 1st grade student in Newtown when the Sandy hook shooting happened and her mother attend a solidarity vigil for the Uvalde, Texas, community after a mass shooting at Robb Elementary school, at Trinity Episcopal Church in Newtown, Connecticut. ...more

A A 1st grade student in Newtown when the Sandy hook shooting happened and her mother attend a solidarity vigil for the Uvalde, Texas, community after a mass shooting at Robb Elementary school, at Trinity Episcopal Church in Newtown, Connecticut. REUTERS/Bryan Woolston
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Erin Young wears a hand written t-shirt with the names of the victims of the mass shooting at the Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas at the "When I Grow Up" memorial service, in Boston, Massachusetts.   REUTERS/Brian Snyder

Erin Young wears a hand written t-shirt with the names of the victims of the mass shooting at the Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas at the "When I Grow Up" memorial service, in Boston, Massachusetts.   REUTERS/Brian Snyder

Erin Young wears a hand written t-shirt with the names of the victims of the mass shooting at the Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas at the "When I Grow Up" memorial service, in Boston, Massachusetts.   REUTERS/Brian Snyder
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Samantha Arriage, who drove about an hour to get to the city, prays two days after the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School that resulted in the death of 19 children, two teachers and the gunman, in front the county courthouse in Uvalde, Texas.  REUTERS/Veronica G. Cardenas

Samantha Arriage, who drove about an hour to get to the city, prays two days after the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School that resulted in the death of 19 children, two teachers and the gunman, in front the county courthouse in Uvalde, Texas....more

Samantha Arriage, who drove about an hour to get to the city, prays two days after the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School that resulted in the death of 19 children, two teachers and the gunman, in front the county courthouse in Uvalde, Texas.  REUTERS/Veronica G. Cardenas
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A woman in a wheelchair reacts to crosses with the names of victims of a school shooting, at a memorial outside Robb Elementary school, two days after a gunman killed nineteen children and two adults, in Uvalde, Texas.  REUTERS/Marco Bello

A woman in a wheelchair reacts to crosses with the names of victims of a school shooting, at a memorial outside Robb Elementary school, two days after a gunman killed nineteen children and two adults, in Uvalde, Texas. REUTERS/Marco Bello

A woman in a wheelchair reacts to crosses with the names of victims of a school shooting, at a memorial outside Robb Elementary school, two days after a gunman killed nineteen children and two adults, in Uvalde, Texas. REUTERS/Marco Bello
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Charlie Jay writes a message for the victims of the mass shooting at the Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas at the "When I Grow Up" memorial service, in Boston, Massachusetts.  REUTERS/Brian Snyder

Charlie Jay writes a message for the victims of the mass shooting at the Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas at the "When I Grow Up" memorial service, in Boston, Massachusetts.  REUTERS/Brian Snyder

Charlie Jay writes a message for the victims of the mass shooting at the Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas at the "When I Grow Up" memorial service, in Boston, Massachusetts.  REUTERS/Brian Snyder
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Rose Fuentes touches a memorial cross for Eva Mireles, who was one of the victims of the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School that resulted in the death of 19 children, two teachers and the gunman, in front the county courthouse in Uvalde, Texas.  REUTERS/Veronica G. Cardenas

Rose Fuentes touches a memorial cross for Eva Mireles, who was one of the victims of the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School that resulted in the death of 19 children, two teachers and the gunman, in front the county courthouse in Uvalde, Texas....more

Rose Fuentes touches a memorial cross for Eva Mireles, who was one of the victims of the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School that resulted in the death of 19 children, two teachers and the gunman, in front the county courthouse in Uvalde, Texas.  REUTERS/Veronica G. Cardenas
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A woman stands in front of crosses with the names of victims of a school shooting, at a memorial outside Robb Elementary school, after a gunman killed nineteen children and two teachers, in Uvalde, Texas. REUTERS/Marco Bello

A woman stands in front of crosses with the names of victims of a school shooting, at a memorial outside Robb Elementary school, after a gunman killed nineteen children and two teachers, in Uvalde, Texas. REUTERS/Marco Bello

A woman stands in front of crosses with the names of victims of a school shooting, at a memorial outside Robb Elementary school, after a gunman killed nineteen children and two teachers, in Uvalde, Texas. REUTERS/Marco Bello
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Stephanie and Michael Chavez of San Antonio pay their respects at a makeshift memorial outside Robb Elementary School, the site of a mass shooting, in Uvalde, Texas.  REUTERS/Nuri Vallbona

Stephanie and Michael Chavez of San Antonio pay their respects at a makeshift memorial outside Robb Elementary School, the site of a mass shooting, in Uvalde, Texas. REUTERS/Nuri Vallbona

Stephanie and Michael Chavez of San Antonio pay their respects at a makeshift memorial outside Robb Elementary School, the site of a mass shooting, in Uvalde, Texas. REUTERS/Nuri Vallbona
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