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Death toll in New Zealand mosque shootings rises to 50, police commissioner says

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Death toll in New Zealand mosque shootings rises to 50, police commissioner says

Death toll in New Zealand mosque shootings rises to 50, police commissioner says

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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