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Multi-billion-dollar videogame industry came under scrutiny after school shooting

LOS ANGELES: The multi-billion-dollar videogame industry came under scrutiny on Wednesday after Hollywood canceled, postponed or played down a slew of movies and TV shows with violent content in the wake of last week's shooting at a Connecticut elementary school.

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White House readies gun-control plan as more children laid to rest

NEWTOWN, Connecticut (Reuters) - President Barack Obama assigned Vice President Joe Biden on Wednesday to find ways to curtail gun violence in America and try to avoid tragedies like the elementary school massacre in Connecticut, where the town buried one of its heroes on Wednesday.

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NRA prepares media push in wake of Connecticut shootings

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The head of the National Rifle Association will discuss gun control and violence in the United States on a weekend television talk show, as the group mounts its response to the Connecticut school shootings.

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More funerals, gun-control push follow Connecticut shooting

NEWTOWN, Connecticut (Reuters) - Even as they buried more victims of the second-deadliest school shooting in U.S. history on Thursday, residents of Newtown, Connecticut, looked for ways to pressure national leaders to restrict access to weapons.

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Indian court allows Italian marines to go home for Christmas

KOCHI, India (Reuters) - Two Italian marines charged with killing two fishermen off the coast of India will likely be allowed to spend Christmas in Italy, after an Indian court on Thursday accepted the sailors' plea to go home for the holiday season.

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U.S. gun lobbyists plan media push after Newtown massacre

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - One week after a school shooting that shocked Americans - with many of the 27 victims buried and time allowed for prayers and investigation - the National Rifle Association will dive in to the fierce national debate about gun control.

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More funerals, gun-control push follow Connecticut shooting

NEWTOWN, Connecticut (Reuters) - Even as they buried more victims of the second-deadliest school shooting in U.S. history on Thursday, residents of Newtown, Connecticut, looked for ways to pressure national leaders to restrict access to weapons.

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U.S. soldier could face death penalty for Afghan killings

SEATTLE (Reuters) - A decorated U.S. soldier accused of killing 16 Afghan villagers in two forays from his remote military camp was ordered to face a court martial before a military panel that could impose the death penalty if he is found guilty, the military said on Wednesday.

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Thousands fleeing South Sudan clashes seek U.N. refuge

JUBA (Reuters) - Youths armed with sticks, machetes and spears battled police in a South Sudanese town, forcing thousands of civilians to seek refuge in a U.N. compound, officials and witnesses said.

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"Smart guns" show promise, but not readily available on U.S. market

(Reuters) - When Irish gun entrepreneur Robert McNamara learned of the Sandy Hook Elementary School mass shooting, his immediate reaction, like that of most people, was one of horror, shock and sadness. But there was something else, too.