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Christchurch attack: Jacinda Ardern demands answers

The Age Saturday, 16 March 2019
The alleged Christchurch shooter was not on an Australian or New Zealand watch list, and the NZ PM wants to know why.
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News video: New Zealand gunman sent manifesto to PM minutes before attack

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Jacinda Ardern says there was not enough time to prevent the carnage after the gunman emailed her and dozens of others.

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