74 Powerful Photos Show How the World Is Mourning the Orlando Shooting Victims

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People across the world are standing with Orlando after the worst mass shooting in the history of the United States took [link href="http://www.marieclaire.com/culture/a21028/orlando-pulse-nightclub-shooting-victims/" target="_blank" link_updater_label="external_hearst"]49 innocent lives. Thousands have attended vigils honoring the victims and to promote peace in the face of unthinkable horror. Love is love has never meant so much.

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New York, New York

A woman writes the names of the victims in chalk across from the Stonewall Inn, where the gay rights movement historically began and a powerful spot for the LGBTQ community.

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New York, New York

Flags at the candlelight vigil at the Stonewall Inn.

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The crowd outside of the Stonewall Inn.

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New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio speaks at the Stonewall Inn gathering.

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Attendees at the New York vigil.

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A rainbow peace flag waves above the crowd.

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A peace sign is held during the vigil.

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Attendees at the rally expressing their grief.

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The crowd standing in solidarity for the victims while listening to the speakers.

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A woman holds flowers and a rainbow flag.

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A scene of the huge crowd outside the Stonewall Inn.

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Outside the Stonewall Inn people leave items as a tribute to the victims.

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The crowd flashes lights from their phones.

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Los Angeles, California

A candlelight vigil and gathering was hosted at the LGBT Center at City Hall.

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Signs surrounding City Hall.

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Los Angeles City Hall was lit up in the colors of the rainbow during the vigil.

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A man adds a flower to the memorial.

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Some attendees applied rainbow body paint to show LGBT pride and solidarity with the victims.

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A woman in the crowd.

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The crowd mourns.

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A woman holds a candle at a remembrance service that took place at the Islamic Center of Southern California, partnering with the ICUJP Interfaith Vigil Against Violence and Hatred.

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Los Angeles, California

A member of the crowd raises a fist at a Los Angeles gathering.

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A vigil attendee with a message written in body paint.

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A man creating a makeshift memorial at the gathering with the crowd behind him.

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Berlin, Germany

A man brings a rainbow-colored umbrella to a vigil held at the United States embassy in Berlin.

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Berlin, Germany

A mourner adds to a memorial.

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A rainbow flag at the Berlin gathering.

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The front of the United States embassy in Berlin on June 13, 2016.

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London, United Kingdom

A vigil in London took place outside of the Admiral Duncan pub, the scene of a 1999 bombing that shook London's LGBT community.

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Two signs made for the vigil.

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