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Live from NPR News in Washington, I'm Jeanine Herbst.

It's been a week since a 24-year-old mass gunman shot and killed nine people in a popular entertainment in shopping district in Dayton, Ohio. Dozens of people came out this afternoon to pay their respects at a makeshift memorial to the victims. From member station WYSO, Jess Mador has more.

The side walk memorial outside the Oregongx district club where the shooting happened grows bigger everyday. Hanging bubble, is a graffito mural of reading Dayton Strong in red and blue bubble letters. Lemon Smithx came with his wife and children. He was their first visit since the shooting. Same memorial in person he says is overwhelming.

Plan is a peace. Now here and a memorial about more peace. Everyone come in and look at it and you have the crosses, the flowers, everything represents peace at this memorial.

Dayton officials say they will lead the memorial up until all the shooting victims are buried. Funerals are already underway. For NPR News, I'm Jess Mador in Dayton.

House speaker Nancy Pelosi toured a migrant detention center facility in McAllen, Texas with a congressional delegation today. They're expected from a visit to Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras to look into the root causes of migration. Meanwhile Guatemalans are going to the polls to elect a new president. As NPR's Carrie Kahn reports whoever wins will face a country struggling with violence, poverty, a large number of citizens fleeing to the US.

The contest pits a former first lady with strong support among the rural poor against the four-time presidential aspirant and staunch conservative who set to be back by Guatemala's powerful military. Polls show that  Alejandro Giammattei, 63-year-old surgeon has a slightly over Sandra Torres who was 62 would be Guatemala's first woman president if she wins. Whichever candidate triumphs here she will have to deal with a newly signed migrantion agreement with the US. That obligates Guatemala to accept possiblly tens of thousands of central American asylum seekers. Carrie Kahn NPR News, Guatemala city.

In Canton, Mississippi young people marched from a catholic church to a town square protesting the recent immigrantion raids on food processing plants that ended up with hundreds of migrants detained. But the employers were not charges. Acting secretary of homenland security Kevin McAleenan, says they are not out of the hook and they are conducting a criminal investigation of the employers who exploit undocumented workforce and skirt the laws.

We are in the middle of an ongoing invesgitation. You get warn from federal judge of proble cause. You then you will gather evidence at the sites and then you look for the appropriate charges in concern with the department justice and the US attorney.

Speaking there on NBC's Meet the Press. He also says he regrets the timing of the raids but there were not enlistment of decision of a long plant and they had called approval before the opeartion began.

You are listening to NPR News from Washington.

The death toll from the powerful typhoon Likima that hit eastern China rose to at least 33 today with dozens missing. As rescue workers evacuated people stranded by swift currents that swept away their homes. One million people were evacuated in preparation for the typhoon. The storm triggered landslides and floods after making landfall south of Shanghai yesterday. It was downgraded to a tropical storm today but is still expected to dump heavy rain in China's northeast coast.

In Hongkong another day of protests briefly turning usually busy streets in two battle grounds with police as demonstrations entered the tenth week. NPR's Anthony Kuhn reports protesters and police have grown increasingly violent.

In district after district on Hongkong island in the Kowloon peninsula, the black clad protesters barricaded and occupied streets. Police then swept those streets with tear gas and batons and arresting some protesters while others moved on to the next part. Residents hackled police pulling out of the bustling Jinshazui district calling them riots and gangsters. Protesters want Hongkong's leader Carrie Lam to permanently scrimp unpopular extradition bill and resign. Lam told an audience of students Sunday that she would try to communicate better with Hongkong's youth. Anthony Kuhn NPR News, Hongkong.

Two giant pandas were born. Twin giant pandas were born at a Belgian wild life park. And that's a rarity. Park officials say Haohao, the panda was alone to the park by China in 2014. She gave birth to two tiny pink babies. They say they are appeared to be in good health.

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Live from NPR News in Washington, I'm Jeanine Herbst.

It's been a week since a 24-year-old masked gunman shot and killed nine people in a popular entertainment and shopping district in Dayton, Ohio. Dozens of people came out this afternoon to pay their respects at a makeshift memorial to the victims. From member station WYSO, Jess Mador has more.

The sidewalk memorial outside the Oregongx district club where the shooting happened grows bigger every day. Hanging above it is a graffiti mural reading "Dayton Strong" in red and blue bubble letters. Lamont Smith came with his wife and children. It was their first visit since the shooting. Seeing the memorial in person, he says, is overwhelming.

But it's a peace down here, and a memorial brought more peace for everyone coming to look at it and you have the crosses, the flowers, everything that represents peace is at this memorial.

Dayton officials say they will leave the memorial up until all the shooting victims are buried. Funerals are already underway. For NPR News, I'm Jess Mador in Dayton.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi toured a migrant detention facility in McAllen, Texas with a congressional delegation today. They're just back from a visit to Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras to look into the root causes of migration. Meanwhile, Guatemalans are going to the polls to elect a new president. As NPR's Carrie Kahn reports whoever wins will face a country struggling with violence, poverty and a large number of citizens fleeing to the US.

The contest pits a former first lady with strong support among the rural poor against the four-time presidential aspirant and staunch conservative who is said to be backed by Guatemala's powerful military. Polls show that Alejandro Giammattei, 63-year-old surgeon, has a slightly over Sandra Torres who was 62, would be Guatemala's first woman president if she wins. Whichever candidate triumphs, he or she will have to deal with a newly signed migration agreement with the US. That obligates Guatemala to accept possibly tens of thousands of Central American asylum seekers. Carrie Kahn, NPR News, Guatemala city.

In Canton, Mississippi young people marched from a catholic church to a town square protesting the recent immigration raids on food processing plants that ended up with hundreds of migrants detained. But the employers were not charged. Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Kevin McAleenan, says they are not off the hook and that they are conducting a criminal investigation of the employers who exploit undocumented workforce and skirt the laws.

We are in the middle of an ongoing investigation. You get a warrant from a federal judge of probable cause. You then go gather evidence at the sites and then you look for the appropriate charges in concert with the Department Justice and the US attorney.

Speaking there on NBC's Meet the Press. He also says he regrets the timing of the raids but that they were not a last-minute decision and were long-planned and they had court approval before the operation began.

You are listening to NPR News from Washington.

The death toll from the powerful typhoon Likima that hit eastern China rose to at least 33 today with dozens missing. As rescue workers evacuated people stranded by swift currents that swept away their homes. One million people were evacuated in preparation for the typhoon. The storm triggered landslides and floods after making landfall south of Shanghai yesterday. It was downgraded to a tropical storm today but is still expected to dump heavy rain on China's northeast coast.

In Hongkong, another day of protests briefly turning usually busy streets into battlegrounds with police as demonstrations entered the tenth week. NPR's Anthony Kuhn reports protesters and police have grown increasingly violent.

In district after district on Hongkong island in the Kowloon peninsula, the black-clad protesters barricaded and occupied streets. Police then swept those streets with tear gas and batons and arresting some protesters while others moved on to the next part. Residents heckled police pulling out of the bustling Jinshazui district calling them rats and gangsters. Protesters want Hongkong's leader Carrie Lam to permanently scrap an unpopular extradition bill and resign. Lam told an audience of students Sunday that she would try to communicate better with Hongkong's youth. Anthony Kuhn, NPR News, Hongkong.

Two giant pandas were born. Twin giant pandas were born at a Belgian wildlife park. And that's a rarity. Park officials say Haohao, the panda, was loaned to the park by China in 2014. She gave birth to two tiny pink babies. They say they are appeared to be in good health.

This is NPR.
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