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Rugby - Sonny Bill attends Friday prayers as New Zealand remembers shooting victims

SBS Friday, 22 March 2019
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - All Blacks back Sonny Bill Williams joined hundreds of fellow Muslims and thousands of other New Zealanders for Friday prayers at Hagley Park in Christchurch as the country fell silent to remember the victims of last week's shooting.
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News video: New Zealanders Form Human Chain To Protect Prayer Goers

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As thousands gathered to remember the 50 people killed at two mosques a week ago, the Muslim call to prayer rang out around New Zealand. In Wellington, hundreds of people locked arms, shielding muslims during for Friday prayers.

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