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People visit memorials Thursday for victims of the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images hide caption

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Uvalde elementary school shooting

Here's what experts say police should have done in the Uvalde school shooting

"It'd be great if you had some help — but I can assure you those kids need help more than you need help," says Steve Ijames, who trains police agencies on active-shooter situations.

Attendees during a closing campaign rally for presidential candidate Gustavo Petro in Bogotá, Colombia. Petro is ahead in the polls for this Sunday's election, but it's expected to go to a second round in June. Andres Cardona/Bloomberg/Getty Images hide caption

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Colombia goes into elections Sunday with a leftist looking to make history

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Here's what experts say police should have done in the Uvalde school shooting

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Smallpox vaccines being administered in Paris in 1941. When the disease was eradicated and vaccination came to a stop, that created an opening for its virus relative monkeypox. Roger Viollet via Getty Images hide caption

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Scientists warned us about monkeypox in 1988. Here's why they were right.

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A building hit by shelling is pictured in Severodonetsk, eastern Ukraine, on May 18. Yasuyoshi Chiba/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Ukrainians say they're badly outgunned by Russia in the battle for the Donbas

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