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Inspired by Columbine, Brazil pair kill eight and themselves in school shooting

Reuters Thursday, 14 March 2019
Two former students opened fire at a Brazilian school on Wednesday and killed at least five teenagers as well as two school officials before committing suicide in an attack that police said was inspired by the 1999 Columbine massacre in the United States.
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News video: Gunmen Kill Eight, Including Five Children, In Brazilian City

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According to Reuters, two gunmen wearing face masks entered a Brazilian school on Wednesday and shot and killed at least five teenagers who were on their snack breaks. Before entering the Raul Brasil school in the Sao Paulo city of Suzano, the assailants shot and killed the owner of a car rental...

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