The terrorist group ISIS again claimed responsibility for the shooting that killed at least 50 people at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, in an official broadcast on the group's Albayan Radio on Monday, according to Reuters.
"One of the Caliphate's soldiers in America carried out a security invasion where he was able to enter a crusader gathering at a nightclub for homosexuals in Orlando, Florida ... where he killed and injured more than a hundred of them before he was killed," the group said in its broadcast, Reuters reports.
Photos from the scene of the shooting
The shooting took place early Sunday morning. The suspected gunman, 29-year-old Omar Mateen, called 911 on Saturday night and pledged allegiance to ISIS.
ISIS-affiliated news agency Amaq News reportedly said the shooting was the work of "a soldier of the caliphate," in a statement Sunday.
However, it's unclear how direct of a link Mateen had to ISIS. As Business Insider's Pamela Engel points out, the Amaq statement was attributed to a "source," and did not describe or provide any details about the attack.
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