As the nation continues to mourn and process the weekend’s tragedy at an Orlando nightclub, other parts of the world are doing their part to show they care.
Landmarks across the globe are lighting up in rainbow colors to show their support for the LGBT community in the wake of the Orlando attack that left 49 people dead inside a gay nightclub early Sunday.
Paris, the scene of last year’s deadly simultaneous terror attacks, lit its Eiffel Tower in honor of the victims.
Australia paid respect as well.
Here in the U.S., cities like New York, Los Angeles, Dallas, El Paso, Knoxville, Boston and, of course, Orlando illuminated landmarks in the colors of the rainbow.