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'An attack on all of us': Morrison, Ardern condemn extremism after Christchurch mosque attacks

SBS Saturday, 16 March 2019
The prime ministers of Australia and New Zealand have united to condemn the terror attacks in Christchurch.
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Jacinda Ardern also announces an inquiry into Christchurch mosque attacks that left 50 people dead.

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