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The lives lost in Orlando

Updated: June 12, 2016

Many of the 49 victims of the United States’s worst mass shooting share much in common: Young Latino men in their 20s and 30s, most of them gay, who gathered at an Orlando club to dance. But the victims’ stories — promising artists, a young couple in love, a devoted father of three among them — are richly varied.

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