Across the United States and the world, landmarks paid tribute to the victims of the Orlando massacre.
Tel Aviv's City Hall was awash in the colors of the rainbow:
As was Los Angeles City Hall:
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While One World Trade Center was more subdued:
The Empire State Building, which is often lit up to mark celebrations, remained dark on Sunday night "in sympathy" for the 50 dead and 53 injured in the shooting at the Pulse nightclub:
The Pride flag was lowered over the Space Needle in Seattle:
The Stonewall Inn, the site of riots in 1969 that launched the gay rights movement, became a gathering place for mourners, who left flowers and signs urging an end to hate. Catherine Garcia
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