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Memorial Service for Navy Yard Victims

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(KCEN) -- Thousands of mourners remember the victims of the navy yard shooting.

Bells tolled as the names of the twelve people killed at the Washington Navy Yard last week were read at a memorial service Sunday.

President Obama spoke at the service, held at the Marine Barracks Washington, not far from the Navy Yard.

He told the mourners our nation's culture of gun violence has to change, and Americans cannot accept mass shootings as inevitable.

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