From Tel Aviv to New York City, people gathered on Sunday to hold vigils in honor of the victims of the massacre at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida.
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Fifty people were killed and at least 53 injured after Omar S. Mateen, a Florida resident of Afghan origin, opened fire early on Sunday morning at Pulse Nightclub before being killed by police.
The Tel Aviv municipality building lit up Sunday night with rainbow flag colors in solidarity, while, elsewhere in the city, members of the LGBTQ community gathered to light candles in memory of the dozens killed in the attack.
In France and Italy, gay community members held vigils near famous landmarks such as the colosseum in Rome and the Beaubourg art center in Paris.
The New York City hall building illuminated in the colors of the pride flag late on Sunday.