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It’s a horrific crime scene.

Eleven people have been killed, officials say, in a gun attack on a synagogue in the US city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.The gunman, who opened fire as the Tree of Life synagogue held a service, was later taken into custody.President Donald Trump said “a lot of people” had been killed and injured in a “wicked act of mass murder”.The suspect, who has been officially identified as Robert Bowers, 46, was injured and is receiving treatment.Two other people are in hospital in a critical

Eleven people have been killed, officials say, in a gun attack on a synagogue in the US city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.The gunman, who opened fire as the Tree of Life synagogue held a service, was later taken into custody.President Donald Trump said “a lot of people” had been killed and injured in a “wicked act of mass murder”.The suspect, who has been officially identified as Robert Bowers, 46, was injured and is receiving treatment.Two other people are in hospital in a critical

condition

Federal investigators are treating the shooting as a hate crime.People at a vigil in Pittsburgh's Squirrel HillHundreds of people were seen gathering for a vigil to remember the victims of the attackA vigil for the victims of the synagogue attack is taking place in Squirrel Hill.Sophia Levin, a local resident and one of the organisers, told the BBC she hoped this would help the community, and people “can come together and support each other”.President Trump said he would visit Pittsburgh, following the attack.On Saturday morning, worshippers had gathered at the synagogue, in the Squirrel Hill neighbourhood, for a baby naming ceremony during the Sabbath.
Federal investigators are treating the shooting as a hate crime.People at a vigil in Pittsburgh's Squirrel HillHundreds of people were seen gathering for a vigil to remember the victims of the attackA vigil for the victims of the synagogue attack is taking place in Squirrel Hill.Sophia Levin, a local resident and one of the organisers, told the BBC she hoped this would help the community, and people “can come together and support each other”.President Trump said he would visit Pittsburgh, following the attack.On Saturday morning, worshippers had gathered at the synagogue, in the Squirrel Hill neighbourhood, for a baby naming ceremony during the Sabbath.

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