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2 Jun
US President Joe Biden has promised to meet lawmakers on guns. Meanwhile, details from the grim day inside the elementary school emerge.
30 May 2021
Funerals have been held in southern Gaza for four members of the Ezz-Al Din Al-Qassam Brigades, the armed wing of Hamas. Their bodies were found in a tunnel, reportedly killed by Israel airstrikes before a ceasefire ended the recent 11-day conflict.
3 Apr 2021
Khine Zar Thwe's portrait, flashing the anti-coup three-finger salute, was proudly displayed on her coffin at her funeral. The 26-year-old protester was shot in the head in March, and was one of hundreds to lose their lives in protests since a military coup on February 1.
17 Aug 2020
It was a sad day at Paris's Orly Airport as six young humanitarian workers were flown home from Niger. One of the two Nigerien victims was laid to rest back home. All eight were killed by suspected jihadists at a wildlife park last Sunday. In DR Congo, we assess security concerns at Virunga National Park; there have been scores of kidnappings there recently which has seen visitor numbers plummet. And in Abidjan our reporters meet a local film crew - their film tells the story of Ivory Coast's Abbé people and their early 20th Century struggle against French colonialism.
27 Jul 2020
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31 Mar 2018
Funerals were held on Saturday (March 31) for Palestinians killed by Israeli security forces who confronted protesters a day earlier. On Friday, at least 15 Palestinians were killed, some of whom the military said had opened fire, rolled burning tyres and hurled rocks and fire bombs toward troops across the border.
11 Mar 2017
Guatemala holds the first funerals for 36 teenage girls killed in a horrific fire in a government-run shelter at the centre of allegations of sexual abuse and another mistreatment by staff.

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