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Mourners Mark First Anniversary of Pulse Nightclub Mass Shooting

Mourners in New York and Orlando remember those killed and wounded on the first anniversary of the Pulse Nightclub shooting.

Keion Carter, survivor of the 2016 Pulse Nightclub shooting, breaks down while speaking to the audience during a memorial service and rally marking the one year anniversary for the Orlando shooting victims, down the street from the historic Stonewall Inn on June 12, 2017 in New York City. The nightclub shooting killed 49 people and wounded 58. Drew Angerer / Getty Images

Artist Yuriy Karabash hugs a family member of a victim of the shooting in front of his mural that commemorates the one-year anniversary at the memorial service for victims of the mass shooting at Pulse.

The mural features the 49 victims placed in individual rainbow colored hearts. Hand prints of first responders, along with the victims' closest friends and relatives, are placed around the paintings of the victims to give remembrance and pay respects.

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Dave Morales (L) and Leigh Fannin hold hands as they attend the one-year anniversary memorial service for victims of the mass shooting.

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A young woman reveals her painted lips in the gay pride colors as she attends a memorial service at Lake Eola Park in Florida.

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Angel Ayala (L) and Carla Montanez mourn the loss of their best friend outside the club.

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Chelsea Nylen reacts while visiting the memorial outside the Pulse Nightclub. Scott Audette / Reuters
People hold candles at Lake Eola Park. Joe Raedle / Getty Images
People dressed in white hold photos of victims from the 2016 Pulse nightclub shooting during a memorial service and rally near the historic Stonewall Inn. Drew Angerer / Getty Images
People attend a memorial service near the historic Stonewall Inn. Drew Angerer / Getty Images
Friends and family of shooting victim Cory James Connell release balloons in his honor at Greenwood Cemetery in Orlando. Loren Elliott / Tampa Bay Times via AP