Shattered families and grieving residents struggled to grasp the news that most of the 27 people shot dead by a US school gunman were children aged just six and seven.
Children and their parents pay tribute to the victims of an elementary school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, on December 15, 2012. Shattered families and grieving residents struggle to grasp the news that most of the 27 people shot dead by a gunman were children aged just six and seven.
President Barack Obama was due to join the vigils in the small Connecticut community of Newtown on Sunday, to lead national mourning after this latest massacre that has revived calls for a debate on gun control.
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