Thousands mourn Sikh temple victims in US

Memorial service held in town in state of Wisconsin for six Sikhs gunned down on Sunday.

    Thousands of people have gathered at a memorial service in a town in the US state of Wisconsin to mourn six Sikhs gunned down on Sunday.

    Police are still investigating why an alleged white supremacist targeted them in Oak Creek, before killing himself.

    Al Jazeera’s Will Jordan reports.


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