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In one of the deadliest school shootings in U.S. history, a gunman opened fire Friday in a Connecticut elementary school, killing 26 people -- 20 of them children, police said.
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The sound of gunfire, confusion, a lockdown and then an evacuation. Witnesses, students and parents told frightening stories Friday about a school shooting that a law enforcement source said left close to 30 people dead, most of them children.
A movie theater, a shopping mall and now an elementary school. The mass shooting phenomenon continues to spread to places where we least expect it.
For survivors of past mass killings, the shooting Friday stirred difficult memories.
A profile Newtown Connecticut, the site of the elementary school shooting.
Egyptians will vote Saturday on a referendum on a controversial draft constitution.
Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda dissolved the lower house of parliament last month, calling for new elections set to take place next week.
Six years ago, Shinzo Abe started the revolving door of Japanese prime ministers by resigning just one year into the job. The question now whether he is able to stop it.
When Kim Jong Un ascended to power, concerns surfaced over an inexperienced, mysterious heir taking charge of North Korea's nuclear weapons program, its hardcore Communist society and a population of the hungry. In the aftermath of this week's rocket launch, the new "Dear Leader" can claim not just a public relations victory but a tangible accomplishment as he prepares for the anniversary of Kim Jong Il's death.
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Principal Dawn Hochsprung, killed in Friday's shooting at her Connecticut elementary school, recently installed a new security system to ensure student safety.