Photo taken with mobile phone on June 13 Mark Trumbo Authentic Jersey , 2016 shows customers selecting gun at a shop in Orlando, the United States. The American society has been buzzing with measures to prevent further gun-related violence in the United States, after a shooting spree in an Orlando nightclub left 49 dead and 53 wounded on Sunday. (XinhuaYin Bogu)
ORLANDO, the United States, June 16 (Xinhua) -- U.S. President Barack Obama on Thursday again urged Republican-controlled Congress to pass stricter gun control laws during his visit to Orlando in the wake of the country's deadliest mass shooting incident.

"Those who were killed and injured here were gunned down by a single killer with a powerful assault weapon," Obama told reporters. "The motives of this killer may have been different than the mass killers in Aurora, or Newtown. But the instruments of death were so similar. Now another 49 innocent people are dead. Another 53 are injured. Some are still fighting for their lives."

At least 49 people were killed and 53 others wounded, including a police officer, early Sunday morning in a shooting spree at a popular LGBT nightclub in Orlando, Florida. It was the deadliest terror attack in the U.S. history since 911 in 2001.

The gunman, identified by authorities as Omar Mateen of Port St. Lucie, Florida, was found dead inside the nightclub after a shootout with the police.

"I truly hope that senators rise to the moment and do the right thing. We can stop some tragedies. We can save some lives. If we don't act, we will keep seeing more massacres like this," said Obama.

Following the 2012 school mass shootings in Newtown, Connecticut, which claimed 26 lives, including 20 children, the Obama administration initiated but failed to push stronger gun control laws.

The laws, whose sections included expanded background checks and bans on assault weapons, were stymied in Congress after staunch opposition from Republican lawmakers and gun-rights lobby groups.

During his presidency, Obama presided over more than a dozen of high-profile mass shootings, and in an interview last year he called the failure to reform U.S. gun laws "one of the greatest frustrations" of his presidency.

"If you ask me where has been the one area where I feel that I've been most frustrated and most stymied, it is the fact that the United States of America is the one advanced nation on Earth in which we do not have sufficient common-sense gun safety laws, even in the face of repeated mass killings," Obama told BBC in an interview in July, 2015.

Beijing's transport authorities will limit the number of cars added to the city's roads in the years leading up to 2020 as well as adding more green vehicles to the capital's public transport system, the Beijing Daily reported Tuesday.

The Beijing Municipal Commission of Transport published Monday its transport plan for the 13th Five-year Plan period (2016-20) on its official website, saying it will invest a total of 750 billion yuan ($112.5 billion) in infrastructure projects in 49 sectors, including civil aviation, railways and urban roads.

According to the plan, the number of motor vehicles in Beijing will be kept under 6 million by the end of 2017 and will be limited to around 6.3 million by the end of 2020. This means that only 100,000 cars will be added to the city's roads each year, around one-third less than current growth.

The document also laid out plans to increase the proportion of green vehicles, such as electric buses, from 35.7 percent last year to 65 percent in 2020.

A detailed action plan is still being developed, a Beijing transport official said, adding that new rules for car license auctions, extra car registration charges, for how long licenses are valid and fees for renewing licenses have been based on the examples set by Shanghai and Singapore.

Rules on car parking and car licenses will be issued in the future to reduce the use of cars and exhaust emissions.

The plan also says that the traffic index, a real-time measure of urban traffic congestion, will be kept between moderate and severe; and commutes within Beijing's Third Ring Road by public transport will be cut to one hour on average, seven minutes less than it was in 2015.

Everyone has had the experience of moving into a new house with boxes of kitchen stuff you packed in the old place. When trying to decide where to put things, you say to yourself, “Oh, it doesn't matter. Just stuff it somewhere and I'll figure out where it will work later.” Then, years later you are still making do with stuff in cupboards where it is not really the most efficient and things that would make sense to go together are on opposite ends of the room. You might even recognize this in your kitchen cabinets in Calgary right now!
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