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Prince William Visits With Christchurch Terror Attack Victims

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Prince William Visits With Christchurch Terror Attack Victims

Prince William Visits With Christchurch Terror Attack Victims

According to CNN.com, &quot;The Duke of Cambridge was greeted by New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern with a Maori nose press, or hongi, as he was welcomed in Auckland Thursday.&quot; He met with the victims of the Christchurch terror attacks.

50 people were killed at the Christchurch and a further 50 injured at two mosques in March.

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