The company that made a rifle used in one of the worst school shootings in the US has offered $33m (£24m) to several victims' families.
The proposed settlement for the 2012 Sandy Hook massacre from Remington, America's oldest gun-maker, came as part of a bankruptcy hearing for the company.
It also comes in response to a lawsuit brought by families of nine of the 26 victims. Each family would receive some $3.66m.
It is subject to the approval of the Alabama judge overseeing Remington's bankruptcy case.