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'We are part of New Zealand': Christchurch grieves for its dead

The Age Saturday, 16 March 2019
Christchurch woke in quiet shock on Saturday morning. Swathes of the city remained cordoned off by police tape, which, like the public hospital, was guarded by police with military rifles slung across body armour.
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