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2021 Year in review: News • Marking the fifth anniversary of the Pulse shootings

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.Photos of those who died in the Pulse shooting in 2916 remain at the site where the club stood June 12 marked the five-year anniversary of the Pulse shootings.

The messages, posters and framed photos the 49 people killed remain on the property of Pulse, a gay nightclub in Orlando as a shrine to the victims.

After a three-hour stand-off on June 12, 2016, police killed the single gunman responsible for the attack. Before he was shot, the killer told negotiators the shooting was revenge for the American invasion of Iraq.

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