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49 Dead And Over 40 Injured In New Zealand Mosque Attack

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49 Dead And Over 40 Injured In New Zealand Mosque Attack

49 Dead And Over 40 Injured In New Zealand Mosque Attack

One man has been charged for murder and three other people have been detained in Christchurch after 49 people were killed in two mosque attacks.

The attacks started during Friday prayers, with eyewitnesses reporting that the perpetrator entered and started shooting at random.

The attack was streamed on Facebook.

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has called it a terrorist attack.

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