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Global National: May 24

The U.S. is once again mourning a mass shooting. This time, an 18-year-old stormed into an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, killing at least 18 children and one teacher. What's known about the victims, the gunman, and whether there's hope American lawmakers will tackle gun violence. Global News heads back into Kharkiv, Ukraine to see how life is slowly returning to normal for people, and what Ukrainian troops have done with a Russian tank they seized. Plus, meet the group of volunteers cooking up much-needed comfort in Kyiv, while gaining friendship and strength in the kitchen. Crews in Ontario and Quebec are working around the clock to restore electricity for thousands, after a weekend tornado uprooted their lives. Plus, why Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is under fire for his visit to the Tk'emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation in B.C., and how he's responding to the anger. And the pen is mightier than the flamethrower: why acclaimed Canadian author Margaret Atwood tried setting her celebrated novel 'The Handmaid's Tale' on fire.