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Catholic Leader, Pope Francis criticized a mass shootings tragedy in Las Vegas

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Catholic Leader, Pope Francis criticized a mass shootings tragedy in Las VegasCatholic Leader, Pope Francis criticized a mass shootings tragedy in Las Vegas

News24xx.com - A mass shootings was occurred at a concert in Las Vegas on Monday, October 2, 2017. That incident received many criticism from public and the world's leaders.


One of the parties who criticized it came from the Catholic World Leader, Pope Francis.


"Very sad to receive the news of the shooting in Las Vegas. Pope Francis gives support to all the victims of this unreasonable tragedy, "wrote a statement in a telegram that sent by Bishop Joseph Pepe in Las Vegas, as quoted by AFP on Tuesday, October 3, 2017.


"He also praised the efforts of police officers and emergency services, and pray for the victims who died and injured," he said.


Not only Pope Francis, criticism also given by the leader of former President of the United States (US), Barack Obama. He delivered it on his Twitter account.


"Michelle and I pray for the victims in Las Vegas Our prayers are with their families and everyone in this other unfeeling tragedy," Obama wrote.


Shortly after this incident, US President, Donald Trump, also expressed his condolences to the victims and families of victims of the shooting of a concert in Las Vegas.


The perpetrator named Stephen Paddock make a mass shootings to people who was watching a music concert, Route 91. The concert was held near of Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, USA.


The police immediately tried to arrest of Stephen Paddock on the 32nd floor of Mandala Bay Hotel.

However, the man from Mesquite, Nevada, was found in condition died suicide in his room.

 


Translator : PARULIAN SIREGAR

Editor       : DEVI

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