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Flood of Emotions for Stoneman Douglas Mothers

The road to recovery is only beginning for students, teachers and parents in Parkland, Florida. Many are re-living the horror of what happened at Stoneman Douglas High School on Valentine’s Day. (Mar. 1)

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Iraq: for Valentine’s Day, Mosul celebrates the freedom to love

Residents of Iraq’s war-battered second city of Mosul celebrated Valentines Day, with shops heaped with stuffed animals and heart-shaped paraphernalia for the first time since the end of the Islamic State group’s rule.

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Police maintain presence at scene of Florida school shooting

Authorities in Florida maintain a presence at a high school where a former student armed with an AR-15 rifle opened fire at on Valentine’s day, killing at least 17 people. IMAGES

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‘Dreamers’ show their love for Americans on Valentine’s Day

Dreamers gather on Valentines day in Santa Monica, California to hand out roses in an attempt to encourage Californians to support their cause.

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Couples celebrate Valentine’s day in Times Square

On Valentine’s Day, locals and visitors declare their love and celebrate their relationships at the crossroads of the world through surprise proposals, wedding ceremonies in the heart of Times Square, New York.

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Valentine’s Day in Paris: Lovers flock to the City of Love

Lovers from around the world brave the cold in Paris to pose for pictures for Valentine’s Day.

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32 Things Donald Trump Loves To Loves

Valentine’s Day gives us an occasion to focus on the great loves of our life. For most of us, this means our significant others, family, and friends. But for President Donald Trump, this includes a long list of people, places, activities, and inanimate objects.

While many of Trump’s loves seem logical, there are also some more eyebrow-raising things receiving the president’s affections, such as “fighting with banks,” “open markets,” and “war.”

Watch the above video for a semi-comprehensive list of things the romancer-in-chief “loves.” Don’t worry, lonely hearts, you’re in there too (as long as you’re part of “everything”).

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Natalie Portman’s ‘magical’ Valentine’s

At the Los Angeles premiere of her new sci-fi thriller “Annihilation,” Natalie Portman reveals what she likes to do for Valentine’s Day. (Feb. 14)

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Koreans skate into Valentine’s Day amid Olympic fever

Korean couples look forward to spending Valentine’s Day ice skating in the spirit of the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, where the unified North and South Korean ice hockey team competes.