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Who is the 'Australian-born' suspect behind the New Zealand mosque attack?

SBS Friday, 15 March 2019
The alleged gunman behind the New Zealand attack has identified himself as Australian-born.
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Social media sites are working to remove video of the New Zealand mosque attack that was streamed by the suspect.

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