Agence France-PresseDecember 14, 2013 09:31
President Barack Obama on Saturday marked the anniversary of the shooting of 26 people at Newtown school in Connecticut, by urging Americans to press for gun law changes to prevent similar dramas.
"One year ago today, a quiet, peaceful town was shattered by unspeakable violence," Obama said in his weekly radio address.
Six school workers and 20 children at Sandy Hook Elementary school "were taken from our lives forever," he said.
"But beneath the sadness, we also felt a sense of resolve - that these tragedies must end, and that to end them, we must change."