In such deadly massacres, I feel that is important to read the victims’ stories, to avoid drowning in the numbers and getting desensitized from reality. As painful as it is, knowing their names and seeing their faces is a necessary tribute to their individuality. 84 human lives were lost, with all their hopes and their complexity, each one of them making a difference for many others.
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