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Families mark El Paso Walmart shooting anniversary

USATODAY.com Monday, 3 August 2020
Victim's families and the city of El Paso are marking one year since a shooting at a crowded Walmart by remembering the 23 people who were killed. (Aug. 3)
 
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There was a service for the families of the victims, but the gathering was closed to the public.

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