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Landmarks Around The World Go Dark To Honor The Victims Of The Las Vegas Mass Shooting
Landmarks around the world went dark on Monday night to honor the victims of the Las Vegas shooting, which killed 59 and left more than 500 injured. It was the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history.
The Empire State Building turned off all but one of its lights:
On Sunday, two women were fatally stabbed in Marseilles, France.
To honor the women and the victims in Las Vegas, the Eiffel Tower went dark in the city of light:
In Seattle, the Space Needle dimmed its lights:
The most touching tribute may have been the darkened Las Vegas Strip:
World leaders, celebrities, and members of the military have participated in vigils around the world: