Texas mall shooting: Police search for motive after rampage
10 May 2023 | 7:05 am
According to US media reports, authorities are looking into social media accounts linked to a shooter who opened fire at an outlet mall, killing eight. Meanwhile, President Joe Biden has renewed his call for gun control.
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