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'Frustrated' families of Christchurch shooting victims forced to await Islamic burials

SBS Sunday, 17 March 2019
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has vowed the bodies of loved ones will start being returned, but some heartbroken families could have to wait until Wednesday.
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News video: Families of Christchurch attack victims bury their loved ones

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New Zealand PM Ardern says 30 victims now identified and available to families for burial as first services begin.

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