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Christchurch shooting LIVE: Death toll from mosque attacks rises to 50

The Age Saturday, 16 March 2019
The death toll from Friday's mosque attack in Christchurch has risen to 50. A total of 50 people were injured, including two people who are in a critical condition.
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The death toll from the mosque shootings in New Zealand is now 50, New Zealand police commissioner Mike Bush said Saturday.

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