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Emotional gatherings of LBGT supporters honour those killed in America's worst mass shooting

Mourners gather outside the iconic New York City gay and lesbian bar, the Stonewall Inn, to light candles.

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Savannah (L) who says she lost a friend in the shooting, grieves during a vigil in Orlando, Florida.

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People mourn next to candles and a rainbow flag outside of the US Embassy in Santiago, Chile.

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Members of Tel Aviv's LGBT community light candles in solidarity with Florida's shooting attack victims.

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People take part in a vigil for the victims of a mass shooting outside the U.S. embassy in Guatemala City.

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Mourners gather under a LGBT pride flag flying at half-mast in San Diego, California.

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A woman looks out her window with the Gay Pride flag hanging in the Queens borough of New York.

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Participants at the LA Gay Pride Parade carry a sign of remembrance for mass shooting victims in Orlando.

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Paul Cox, right, leans on the shoulder of Brian Sullivan, as they observe a moment of silence in Atlanta.

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Italian LGBT gay rights supporters hold candles near Rome's Colosseum.

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People light candles as members and supporters of the LGBT community gather for a vigil in Atlanta.

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Mourners attend a candlelight vigil in Toronto to honour victims of the mass shootings in Orlando.

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