Two people have been arrested in Russia after laying a "love wins" sign at a memorial to the victims of the mass shooting at a gay club in Orlando.
The two men drew the anger of a policeman after apparently placing the sign - which has been widely used to celebrate LGBT rights - at a memorial site near to the US Embassy in central Moscow.
They were escorted into a police car as watching news cameras captured the confrontation.
It is not clear whether the men have been charged with any offence.
The conflict comes amid a climate of growing hostility towards LGBT people in Russia. Homophobic attacks are on the rise and parliament has passed a number of laws targeting gay people in recent years, including a bar on "gay propaganda" in public.
Employees at a gun shop refused to sell Omar Mateen bulk ammunition because he was acting suspiciously.
The Orlando mass shooting - the worst in modern US history - has reignited the gun control debate in America.
Omar Mateen is said to have called Orlando's News 13 about 45 minutes after the shooting at the Pulse nightclub began.