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Tragedy in Dallas: Gunman Ambushes Officers at Protest

Tragedy in Dallas: Gunman Ambushes Officers at Protest

Five officers killed and nine injured in ambush at protest

Police Departments Show Solidarity After Dallas Police Slaying

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    Police departments across the country and internationally are showing their support over social media after a sniper ambush left five officers dead following a peaceful protest Thursday in Dallas.

    The police department in Orlando, which recently suffered the worst mass shooting in U.S. history, said it is "heartbroken" for Dallas.

    Chicago police, one of the largest departments in the country, sent its "thoughts & prayers to Dallas officers and their families."

    There was also international support from the French national police agency, Police Nationale, which created a small tribute for Dallas.