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UK officers ready to help after New Zealand shootings, police chief says

Reuters Friday, 15 March 2019
British counter-terrorism officers are ready to help their counterparts in New Zealand to investigate the shootings at New Zealand mosques which killed at least 49 people on Friday, Britain's most senior counter-terrorism officer said.
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