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As it happened: Russia mourns deaths of seven children & two staff slain in bloody Kazan school shooting by teen gunman (PHOTOS)

Rustam Minnikhanov, the president of the majority Muslim Russian region of Tatarstan, of which Kazan is the capital, has declared Wednesday to be a day of mourning in honor of those who lost their lives.

Riot police officers work at the scene of a shooting at Gymnasium No. 175 in Kazan, Russia’s Republic of Tatarstan, 11.05.2021. © Sputnik / Maksim Bogodvid Tatarstan’s regional President Rustam Minnikhanov, center, arrives at the scene of a shooting at Gymnasium No. 175 in Kazan, Russia’s Republic of Tatarstan, 11.05.2021 © Sputnik / Maksim Bogodvid Relatives of the victims are seen at the scene of a shooting at Gymnasium No. 175 in Kazan, Russia’s Republic of Tatarstan, 11.05.2021/ © Sputnik / Maksim Bogodvid Psychologists work with relatives of the victims at the scene of a shooting at Gymnasium No. 175 in Kazan, Russia’s Republic of Tatarstan, 11.05.2021. © Sputnik / Maksim Bogodvid Paramedics work at the scene of the tragedy near Gymnasium No. 175 where shooting has happened in Kazan, Russia’s Republic of Tatarstan, 11.05.2021. © Sputnik / Maksim Bogodvid A man lays flowers to the scene of the tragedy near Gymnasium No. 175 where shooting has happened in Kazan, Russia’s Republic of Tatarstan, 11.05.2021. © Sputnik / Maksim Bogodvid People lay flowers for Kazan school shooting victims outside the representative office of Russia’s Republic of Tatarstan in Moscow, Russia, 11.05.2021. © Sputnik / Anton Denisov Russian Healthcare Minister Mikhail Murashko, center, and Russian Education Minister Sergei Kravtsov, left, arrive at the Kazan republican children’s clinical hospital, where the wounded were hospitalized after shooting at the Gymnasium No. 175 in Kazan, Russia’s Republic of Tatarstan, 11.05.2021. © Sputnik / Maksim Bogodvid People light candles for Kazan school shooting victims outside the representative office of Russia’s Republic of Tatarstan in Saint Petersburg, Russia, 11.05.2021. © Sputnik / Alexander Galperin

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