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Christchurch shooting LIVE: Several reported dead as New Zealand mosques attacked

Sydney Morning Herald Friday, 15 March 2019
Police say a serious and evolving situation continues with an active shooter.
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A shooting at two New Zealand mosques left many people dead and forced authorities to lockdown Christchurch, the country’s third biggest city, police and local media said. Music Credit: Audioblocks 'After The Storm'

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