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PRESIDENT VLADIMIR PUTIN : '' NO WORDS CAN silence the grief or pain of this loss - especially since we are talking about young students just at the beginning of their lives. ''

The World Students Society - for every subject in the world, and the exclusive ownership of every student in Russia, just as it is for all the students in the world, - expresses its deep condolences to the families of the students who lost their lives in this very unfortunate tragedy.

The World and especially the Learning institutions are becoming a breeding ground for hate and violence. The world is turning into a dangerous place. And before, I get to the main tragic story of this publishing, this is what one mother writes :

'' Extremists targeted my 12-year-old-son online:

He was playing a virtual game with friends over the summer when another child let a user into the group whom they had not played with before. That account then ushered in other users, and several days later they launched a toxic tirade of harassment and flooded the chat with antisemitic vitriol, swastikas and neo-Nazi propaganda.

When my son pushed back, they bombarded him with aggressive, hateful messages. As soon as we blocked and reported one abusive account, another disturbing message would appear within seconds in a seemingly coordinated attack,'' Misha Valencia.

MOSCOW : EIGHT STUDENTS KILLED IN SHOOTING at Russian University as the gunman goes on rampage with a hunting rifle.

The death toll from a shooting at a university in the Russian city of Peron last Monday has risen to eight people and several others are wounded, the  Investigative Committee law enforcement agency said.

It was the second mass shooting in Russia this year to target students and came amid calls for stricter controls on access to firearms.

Video on social media showed students throwing belongings from the university buildings in the city of Perm, around 1,300 kilometres [ 800 miles ] east of Moscow, before jumping to flee the shooter.

Witnesses described scenes of panic at Perm State University, saying the city of around one million people was left in shock by the tragedy.

State media broadcast amateur footage reportedly taken during the attack showing an individual dressed in black tactical clothing, including a helmet, carrying a weapon and walking through the campus.

The gunman, identified as a student at the university, said that when he saw students jumping out of windows he thought there had been a fire.

''They were all in shock, there was screaming, with everyone panicking and scared. I said ''What's going on? '' '' and someone said there was a shooting, the lecturer told AFP.

Pechischev, 39, said he hid with students in an auditorium for more than an hour before they were told they could leave the building.

''The city is shocked and anxious. I walked home because it was impossible to get a taxi,'' Pechischev said.

The Investigative Committee, which probes major crimes in Russia, said students were being treated after the attack.

''Some of them have been hospitalized with injuries of varying severity,'' it said in a statement.

According to unconfirmed reports, five women and one man were killed in the shooting. Among them was a student, who wanted to become a maths teacher, and a 66-year-old retired doctor, who was visiting the university, with her grandson.

Investigators said the gunman resisted arrest and was wounded before being taken to a medical facility.

Junior police lieutenant Konstantin Kalinin said he had to shoot the attacker after the man trained the rifle on him.

'' After that I gave him first aid,'' the policeman said in remarks released by the interior ministry.

The health ministry said 19 among the wounded were being treated for gunshots.

President Vladimir Putin said the deaths amounted to ''a great loss, not only for the families who lost their children but for the whole country.''

''No words can silence the grief or pain of this loss, especially since we are talking about young people just at the beginning of their lives,'' he said.

School shootings are relatively unusual in Russia due to tight security at education facilities and because it is difficult to buy firearms.

But Monday's attack was the second this year, after a 19-year-old opened fire in his old school in the central city of Kazan in May, killing nine people.

The Sadness of this publishing stays. The World Students Society thanks Agencies.

With respectful dedication to the Students, Professors and Teachers of Russia and then the world. See Ya all prepare and register for Great Global Elections on The World Students Society : wssciw.blogspot.com and Twitter - !E-WOW! - The Ecosystem 2011 :

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