US mourn victims of racist mass shooting at store

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Buffalo (AFP) – Shocked residents of Buffalo, New York gathered Sunday at vigils and church services to mourn 10 people fatally shot by an alleged white supremacist in an act one official described as “domestic terrorism, pure and simple.” The suspected shooter, identified as 18-year-old Payton Gendron, was arrested at the scene, a grocery store in a predominantly Black neighborhood after police rushed to respond to emergency calls.  He had driven from his home town of Conklin, more than 200 miles (320 kilometers) away, police said. Gendron was arraigned late Saturday on a single count of firs…

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