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New Zealand Rushes To ID Victims To Help Grieving Families

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New Zealand Rushes To ID Victims To Help Grieving Families

New Zealand Rushes To ID Victims To Help Grieving Families

CNN reports New Zealand authorities are racing to identify the 50 people killed in a massacre at two mosques so that their families can bury them in accordance with Muslim tradition.

In addition to the people killed in the attack Friday, an additional 50 others were wounded in the shootings.

Of the injured victims, 34 remain in Christchurch Hospital, including 12 in intensive care.

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