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Pete Fedynsky
December 17, 2012 4:25 PM
President Barack Obama says the United States is not doing enough to make sure all of its children can live out their lives in happiness. He made the remark at an interfaith vigil in Newtown, Connecticut, after meeting individually with grieving families that lost loved ones in Friday’s mass shooting at a local elementary school. VOA correspondent Peter Fedynsky reports.

Obama Consoles Grief-Stricken Connecticut Town

Pete Fedynsky

Published December 17, 2012

President Barack Obama says the United States is not doing enough to make sure all of its children can live out their lives in happiness. He made the remark at an interfaith vigil in Newtown, Connecticut, after meeting individually with grieving families that lost loved ones in Friday’s mass shooting at a local elementary school. VOA correspondent Peter Fedynsky reports.


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