Pittsburgh shooting: Suspect to face hate crime charges

Pittsburgh shooting: Suspect to face hate crime charges

    A suspected gunman is facing hate crime charges after a mass shooting at a synagogue baby-naming ceremony in the United States.

    11 people were killed and four police officers are among the injured.

    46-year-old Robert Bowers is facing 29 charges for the attack at the Tree of Life synagogue in the city of Pittsburgh.

    If convicted, he could face the death penalty.

    Al Jazeera's Andy Gallacher reports from Pittsburgh.


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