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New Zealand PM on 'mosque gunman's manifesto' and gun laws

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New Zealand PM on 'mosque gunman's manifesto' and gun laws

New Zealand PM on 'mosque gunman's manifesto' and gun laws

New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern says her office was among several recipients of a so-called manifesto by the suspected Christchurch gunman just minutes before the first shots were fired at a mosque.

She says New Zealand gun laws will change.

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